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Q: do you trust chinese milk products?

8 years 8 weeks ago in  Food  - China

 
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No, but not because of the melamine scandal but because I recently read that China has the lowest quality milk in the world. The milk industry is countrolled by a handful of giants who offer farmers too little money and therefore incentive to increase the quality of the milk. Chinese milk has the highest bacteria count and lowest protein content in the world. That's why I've switched to imported organic milk. I know it leaves behind a massive carbon footprint but I really don't want to drink sub-standard milk from this country...

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Don't trust any food u eat in China, have to prepare urslef for death when u eat in China.
This is what I feel indeed!

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Agreed. China really needs to step up its efforts in increasing the quality of food here.

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I agree with wenna

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