Hong Kong’s Centre for Food Safety said it had found high levels of melamine in fish feed from mainland China, though the chemical has not yet been found in fish, the Wall Street Journal reported. The fish feed contained 6.6 parts per million of melamine, exceeding government limits for food products of 2.5 parts per million. The fish feed came from Fuzhou Haima Feed Co, in China’s southeastern Fujian province. Last week an animal feed factory in Shenyang, Liaoning province was shut down after suspicions that its chicken feed was laced with high-levels of melamine.
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