Bangladesh: Milk and Melamine

Bangladesh corporate blog takes a satirical look at the controversy regarding the recent findings of melamine tainted milk powder in Bangladesh market and the government's inability to take quick actions against them.

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  • Krisoks

    We have collected hundreds of comments from various stakeholders related to melamine scandal (reality!!).
    But the comment below found most interesting and shocking:

    “”The whole world is now fixing their standards for acceptable daily intake of melamine considering the ground reality, as individual farmers all over the world adulterate milk with cheap elements,”

    —–Quality Analyst Manager of Nestle Bangladesh Ltd Charanjeev Singh Kohli on behalf of the company’s managing director(The Daily Star, 09 November, 2008).

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