FDA finds melamine in more infant formula

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Continuing investigations into the contamination of US-produced infant formula with melamine have uncovered more products containing low levels of the chemical.

According to updates published on the US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) website, four out of a total of 89 products tested positive for either melamine or cyanuric acid, a related compound.

The products in question are sold under the brands Enfamil and Nestle. FDA says the levels are too low to pose any public health risk. To view the agency’s test results, click here​.

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