Chinese health authorities said on Saturday that they had found no cancer-causing chemicals in products made by US company Johnson & Johnson, Reuters reported. The State Food and Drug Administration has investigated 33 Johnson & Johnson baby products, including baby shampoo, after a US consumer group charged that they contained carcinogens. A Shanghai-based local supermarket chain, Nonggongshang Supermarket Group, had already ordered its 3,500 outlets to remove baby bath products made by Johnson & Johnson from their shelves before the investigation concluded.
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