China has announced a plan to overhaul its scandal-plagued dairy industry, AP reported. State media said changes will be made within the next year in all segments of the supply chain. An official with the National Development and Reform Commission said the melamine scandal, which killed four children, revealed major problems in quality control and supervision. The Health Ministry will revise the quality and safety standards of dairy products, while the Agriculture Ministry will draft inspection standards to check for melamine and other toxins in animal feed. A tracking system will be established to record the flow and delivery of dairy products.