Coca-Cola Co (KO.NYSE) said it had found no product quality issues with Minute Maid drinks that allegedly killed a child and poisoned others in northern China’s Jilin province, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing state media and a Coke spokeswoman. Police found two bottles of Minute Maid Pulpy Super Milky drink to contain the pesticide carbamate after four people who had consumed the drink sought treatment at a hospital, according to state-run news agency Xinhua. A child died last week and three others, including the child’s mother, felt sick after consuming a strawberry-flavored version of the drink. Pulpy Super Milky drink has been pulled from shelves in Changchun, the capital of Jilin, and the strawberry-flavored version has been removed from stores in the entire province. Local authorities have declined to say whether they will open a criminal investigation.