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AWAS: BISKUT MENGANDUNGI MELAMIN DI PASARAN


















Health Minister, Datuk Liow Tiong Lai said two biscuit
manufacturers, Khong Guan and Khian Guan had been ordered
to recall several of their product from the market. 18 out of 47
Khong Guan and Khian Guan biscuit products have too much
melamine.


6 biskut berjenama Khian Guan iaitu Biskut Creamy Chocolate, Biskut Lemon Puff, Biskut Square Puff, Biskut Cocoa Puff, Biskut Jagung Puff dan Biskut Campuran (Party)


12 biskut jenama Khong Guan iaitu Biskut Soda, Biskut Lemon Puff, Biskut Lemon Pof, Biskut Butter Cream, Biskut Baby Fish, Biskut Healthy Cracker, Biskut Cocoa Puff, Biskut Sandwich Oren, Biskut Family Crackers, Biskut Bentuk Binatang, Biskut Gulung dan Biskut Mini Puff.



The ministry had ordered Khong Guan to recall 12 biscuit brands namely soda biscuit, lemon puff, lemon pof, butter cream, baby fish, healthy cracker, cocoa puff, sandwich orange, family crackers, star-shaped biscuit, rolled biscuit and mini puff.

The ministry also ordered the recall of six Khian Guan biscuits namely creamy chocolate, lemon puff, square puff, cocoa puff, corn puff and party biscuit mix.

Food items considered "safe" by tghe malaysian Ministry of Health as below:


The products are Amoy flour vermicilli (Shun Shun Fuk), animal biscuits chocolate cream certified (ZQ), coconut biscuits (Bairong), creamy peanut butter(Lady's Choice), creamy peanut butter (Skippy), crunchy peanut butter (Kinus), durian cream biscuits (Sanwa), magic chew candy (Layang), marsh mellow blueberry flavour candy (Ego).

Marsh mellow grape jam candy (Ego), Magnum mini classic vanilla flavoured ice cream with chocolate coated (Wall's), peanut butter & chocolate rice crisp (Lady's Choice), peanut butter & strawberry flavoured stripes (Lady's Choice) and sesame paste cookies (C7OK)




* MELAMINE: Raising agent from China banned, two biscuit manufacturers to recall products


* Sayur, buah China bebas melamin


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Melamin : Larangan import agen penaik `Ammonium Bicarbonate’ dari China

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MELAMINE: Raising agent from China banned, two biscuit manufacturers to recall products

sun2surf / bernama
PUTRAJAYA ( Oct 16, 2008) : The import of raising agent "ammonium bicarbonate" from China has been banned as the substance was found to contain excessive melamine level.

Following the finding, Health Minister Datuk Liow Tiong Lai announced today that two biscuit manufacturers, Khong Guan and Khian Guan, have been ordered to recall several of their products from the market.

He said meanwhile, raising agents from other countries would be put under thorough checks before they were allowed into the local market.

The decision to ban the raising agent, which takes effect immediately, was made after analysis made on samples from two biscuit factories -- Khong Guan in Johor and Khian Guan in Penang -- found that 18 of 47 samples had excessive melamine levels.

"The analysis showed that only the raising agent, ammonium bicarbonate, was found to contain high melamine level, which is 33.4 ppm (parts per million) for Khong Guan biscuits and 508 ppm for Khian Guan biscuits," he said.

The permitted level is 2.5 mg/kg or 2.5 ppm.

"We have established that the raising agent used in both factories are from China," he told reporters here.

He said the ministry had ordered Khong Guan to recall 12 biscuit brands namely soda biscuit, lemon puff, lemon pof, butter cream, baby fish, healthy cracker, cocoa puff, sandwich orange, family crackers, star-shaped biscuit, rolled biscuit and mini puff.

The ministry also ordered the recall of six Khian Guan biscuits namely creamy chocolate, lemon puff, square puff, cocoa puff, corn puff and party biscuit mix.

Liow said the ministry was monitoring the situation and that the recalled brands would be seized and destroyed if they were still being sold.

"We have also asked them to voluntarily recall other products until they have been cleared by the ministry," he said.


Several of their product in the market have too much melamine.
Asked on the response from the manufacturers, Liow said, "They are very responsive."

Liow added that the ministry was identifying the importers, distributors and suppliers of the raising agent and would carry out checks on biscuit factories nationwide to determine whether they had been using the substance.

Asked on a report by a Canadian news channel, CBC News, that Julie's Crackers from Malaysia was found to contain excessive melamine level and had been recalled from Taiwan market, Liow said the ministry was investigating the matter.

On reports by local dailies today that the Mali unsweetened condensed milk, produced by a Thai company, had been found to contain high melamine level, Liow said the ministry was obtaining further information on the matter from the Thai authorities.

"We want to know if the product is imported into the country... if it is, we will order a stop," he said.

Meanwhile, Liow said 14 more food samples have passed the melamine standard, bringing the total of products certified to have complied with the regulation to 138.

The products are Amoy flour vermicilli (Shun Shun Fuk), animal biscuits chocolate cream certified (ZQ), coconut biscuits (Bairong), creamy peanut butter(Lady's Choice), creamy peanut butter (Skippy), crunchy peanut butter (Kinus), durian cream biscuits (Sanwa), magic chew candy (Layang), marsh mellow blueberry flavour candy (Ego).

Marsh mellow grape jam candy (Ego), Magnum mini classic vanilla flavoured ice cream with chocolate coated (Wall's), peanut butter & chocolate rice crisp (Lady's Choice), peanut butter & strawberry flavoured stripes (Lady's Choice) and sesame paste cookies (C7OK).
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Melamin : Larangan import agen penaik `Ammonium Bicarbonate’ dari China


Bernama / UtusanOnline

PUTRAJAYA 16 Okt. — Kerajaan hari ini melarang serta-merta pengimportan agen penaik ’ammonium bicarbonate’ dari negara China berikutan bahan itu didapati mempunyai tahap melamin melebihi piawaian yang dibenarkan.

Menteri Kesihatan, Datuk Liow Tiong Lai berkata, bahan penaik itu yang diimport dari negara-negara lain pula diletakkan di bawah pemeriksaan rapi sebelum dibenar masuk ke pasaran tempatan.

Beliau berkata, tindakan larangan itu diambil apabila analisis yang dilakukan terhadap sampel produk dua kilang biskut tempatan, Khong Guan di Johor dan Khian Guan di Pulau Pinang mendapati 18 daripada 47 sampel biskut yang dianalisa melebihi tahap melamin yang dibenarkan iaitu 2.5 mg/kg atau 2.5 ppm.

“Hasil analisis menunjukkan hanya agen penaik ’ammonium bicarbonate’ mengandungi paras melamin yang tinggi iaitu 33.4 ppm bagi kilang biskut jenama Khong Guan dan 508 ppm bagi kilang biskut jenama Khian Guan, dan sumber ’ammonium bicarbonate’ bagi kedua-dua kilang biskut itu adalah dari negara China,” katanya kepada pemberita di sini hari ini.

Serentak itu, Liow berkata kementerian telah mengarahkan 12 biskut jenama Khong Guan iaitu Biskut Soda, Biskut Lemon Puff, Biskut Lemon Pof, Biskut Butter Cream, Biskut Baby Fish, Biskut Healthy Cracker, Biskut Cocoa Puff, Biskut Sandwich Oren, Biskut Family Crackers, Biskut Bentuk Binatang, Biskut Gulung dan Biskut Mini Puff ditarik balik dari pasaran.

Enam biskut berjenama Khian Guan iaitu Biskut Creamy Chocolate, Biskut Lemon Puff, Biskut Square Puff, Biskut Cocoa Puff, Biskut Jagung Puff dan Biskut Campuran (Party) turut menghadapi tindakan yang sama, dan kementerian akan memantau dan memusnahkan mana-mana biskut itu jika masih berada di pasaran, katanya.

“Kami juga meminta mereka (Khong Guan dan Khian Guan) untuk menarik balik produk mereka yang lain secara sukarela sehingga ia mendapat kebenaran dari kementerian, dan mereka memberi kerjasama yang baik,” katanya.

Liow berkata, kementerian sedang mengenal pasti pengimport, pengedar dan pembekal ’ammonium bicarbonate’ dari negara China, selain menjalankan pemeriksaan terhadap kilang biskut di seluruh negara dan jika terdapat ’ammonium bicarbonate’ dari negara China digunakan, ’ammonium bicarbonate’ dan biskut berkenaan akan disita dan sampel akan diambil bagi tujuan analisis.
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sayur, buah China bebas melamin

Oleh Mohamed Farid Noh
mfarid@bharian.com.my

900 produk makanan dipantau

KUALA LUMPUR: Kementerian Kesihatan semalam mengesahkan semua buah-buahan dan sayuran yang diimport dari China bebas dari melamin dan selamat untuk dimakan.

Menterinya, Datuk Liow Tiong Lai, berkata kementerian Kesihatan kini sedang menjalankan pemantauan menyeluruh ke atas 900 produk makanan tempatan serta yang diimport dari China dan negara lain membabitkan produk tenusu, buah serta sayuran di beberapa pintu masuk negara.

"Sehingga kelmarin, kementerian sudah menganalisis 57 sampel buah dan sayuran dari China termasuk epal; anggur; pear; lobak merah; ubi kentang; salad; tomato serta kubis dan keputusannya adalah negatif atau bebas melamin.

"Kementerian sudah menganalisis 141 jenis makanan dan 138 produk disahkan mematuhi standard. Hanya tiga sampel iaitu Gula-gula White Rabbit Creamy Candy; roti Vigour 888 Filling Roll (sergestid Shrimp Flavour) dan Biskut Taro (Bairong), didapati mengandungi melamin melebihi standard dibenarkan," katanya selepas melancarkan buku Sejarah Pemuda MCA, di sini, semalam.

Liow berkata, tahap melamin yang dibenarkan ialah 1mg/kg bagi makanan bayi dan 2.5mg/kg atau 2.5 bahagian setiap juta bagi makanan lain, dan sebarang produk yang didapati melebihi sukatan itu akan diambil tindakan undang-undang.

Mengulas laporan sebuah agensi berita antarabangsa mengenai langkah Vietnam memaklumkan Indonesia mengenai biskut keluaran negara itu dari jenama Khong Guan mungkin dicemari melamin, Liow berkata, kementeriannya sudah pun mengambil sampel biskut jenama berkenaan untuk diuji dan akan mengumumkan keputusannya minggu depan.

Bagaimanapun, kita tidak dapat mengarahkan pemberhentian penjualan produk berkenaan selagi produk berkenaan belum disahkan benar-benar mengandungi melamin.

"Apalagi produk yang dilaporkan itu hanya membabitkan keluaran di Indonesia. Bagaimanapun, kita tetap memandang serius isu ini dan akan melakukan ujian menyeluruh terhadap produk berkenaan secepat mungkin," katanya.

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