Mainland firm Mengniu was the main supplier of dairy products to Hong Kong Disneyland before its products were removed from shelves in the tainted-milk scandal. A Disney spokesman said milk from the dairy giant had been available at the theme park and its hotel. But it had stopped selling and using the company's products since Tuesday as a precaution. It was now using dairy products provided by Nestle, he said. The Centre for Food Safety said the samples of Mengniu it had tested had not so far revealed any traces of the industrial chemical melamine. On Thursday the General Administration for Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said melamine had been found in milk products made by mainland companies including dairy giants Mengniu, Yili and Guangming. The centre also revealed the results conducted on 69 samples, including 46 international brands of infant formula milk that are available in Hong Kong and not made on the mainland, as well as frozen confectionery, raw milk and evaporated milk from the mainland. None contained melamine. Constance Chan Hon-yee, controller of the centre, called on manufacturers to inform the government if they had used mainland dairy products in food. The call was made after Nissin Foods recalled a boxed dessert that contained Yili pure milk as a raw material. The centre detected melamine in that Yili product earlier. Local restaurant chains including Maxims, Cafe de Coral and Starbucks said they did not use dairy products made on the mainland. Ocean Park said its pandas were fed milk produced in Hong Kong and the United States. Meanwhile, all brands of Dutch Lady sterilised milk have been recalled in Hong Kong after Singapore found contaminated Dutch Lady products. Singapore's Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority discovered melamine in Dutch Lady strawberry-flavoured milk, although its products made outside the mainland were safe. Although that particular product is not available in Hong Kong, Friesland Foods Hong Kong yesterday recalled from Hong Kong and Macau outlets all mainland-made Dutch Lady sterilised milk in plastic bottles - made by Tianjin Dutch Lady Dairy Foods - as a precaution. Dr Chan said on a radio programme that the centre earlier collected three samples of the brand's original and chocolate-flavoured milk for tests. Results showed they were safe to drink.