Test for Toxins in Food Developed in China

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Chinese Milk TestIn response to the mass poisoning of infants with contaminated milk, experts at the University of Science and Technology of China have developed pocket test for toxins in food. The price of this test strip is very low, making it affordable to any family seeking the protection from poisoned food.

New test is about to hit drug stores and grocery supermarkets across the country. Experts believe the test strip will be highly sought-after among common citizens.

Earlier, 53 thousand of Chinese babies became victims of contaminated diary products. Poisoned milk contained melamine, an industrial chemical used for the production of plastic. The chemical is responsible for the formation of kidney stones in human body.

Source of the image: thetakeaway.org.

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