Trying To Be Greener

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Update to contaminated candy from China October 2, 2008

On Monday, I reported that the FDA is warning consumers to avoid Mr. Brown instant coffee and milk tea products and White Rabbit Creamy Candy due to the possibility that they may contain melamine. The Smart Mama has posted this morning that White Rabbit Candy has been found in four stores in Connecticut. The product was distributed to California, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, New York, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. Visit The Smart Mama for the full report.

UPDATE: Take a look at an updated post since this on Melamine and tainted food that I wrote over at Eco Women: Protectors of the Planet!

ADDITIONAL UPDATE: See a more recent post on melamine found in baby formula manufactured in the United States.

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One Response to “Update to contaminated candy from China”

  1. Jennifer Says:

    This is just getting scary. Now I feel like I have read food labels to make sure something’s not made in China.

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