The United Nations food standards body set new standards on melamine in food on July 6. The standards control amounts of melamine in baby formula, animal food, and other food [...]
In Zhangye City in Gansu province, pork, labeled as Qingzhen (kosher) goat meat was sold, enraging Muslims.
A Chinese blog titled “How to decode hidden information on milk packages for the real manufacturing date” recently surfaced on the Internet.
The Chinese drywall that drew the attention of American citizens due to its toxic nature has surfaced again.
China's home appliance giant Midea has been forced to recall an electric slow cooker and apologize to customers.
Parents whose children were sickened by toxic milk in China have filed a lawsuit against Fonterra in Hong Kong.
U.K. consumers who suffered severe burns from toxic Chinese sofas will receive a combined compensation.
Regime claims vaccines are safe, even as more citizens claim related complications.
A New Orleans judge awarded seven families more than $2.6 million in losses caused by toxic Chinese drywall in their homes Thursday.
The father of one of the victims of the toxic milk scandal is now in court, accused of “inciting social upheaval.”