10/02/2008

Oh no! There’s Melamine in Nestle Milk Powders too??

Me and my family members have been loyal users of Nestle products through the years. When the melamine scare broke out a few weeks ago, we started worrying about it but were reassured by Nestle’s media announcements that their products are clean of melamine.

However, the recent news of tests done in Taiwan found that small amounts of melamine in milk powders produced in China by Nestle got me starting to worry. If food giant Nestle’s products are not safe from melamine, how about the other brands? It seems that my family needs to rethink and might start buying carabao’s milk, after all.

If you want to know more about melamine found in Taiwan, check this
link.

4 comments:

shierylssi said...

yahh..there is!I also learned last night that Cadbury Eclairs has melamine too..I remember last December, the eclairs were sold at a lower price at our office and the bad news is, I bought some.hehehe.

Feeling ko,tumitigas na ata tyan ko after knowing that news.

chubskulit said...

OO, you should thoroughly examined the powedered milk you are buying esp.. kung gawa sa china...

thanks for the visit... di ko alam 2 pala blog mo hehehe...

mirage2g said...

Sis, my son looks funny ba? hehe...I've seen so much of this Melamine tingie....anu ba ang Chine talaga oo! ANo ba sila, mamamatay tao, kainis!

Mai da Paypay said...

yes in fact almost, if not all commercial milk are bad. like really bad. if they don't have melamine in them, the cows naman where the milk comes from are fed with weird-sounding antibiotics to be able to produce more milk. sad but true.