The so-called milk ban restricts outbound travellers to two tins of infant formula. It was imposed by the government in March 2013 amid shortages of certain brands. Photo: David Wong The so-called milk ban restricts outbound travellers to two tins of infant formula. It was imposed by the government in March 2013 amid shortages of certain brands. Photo: David Wong
The so-called milk ban restricts outbound travellers to two tins of infant formula. It was imposed by the government in March 2013 amid shortages of certain brands. Photo: David Wong
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Customs arrest 5,000 people in 12 months in milk ban crackdown

Customs officers seize more than 61 tonnes of baby formula from people attempting to flout ban on taking more than two tins out of city

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The so-called milk ban restricts outbound travellers to two tins of infant formula. It was imposed by the government in March 2013 amid shortages of certain brands. Photo: David Wong The so-called milk ban restricts outbound travellers to two tins of infant formula. It was imposed by the government in March 2013 amid shortages of certain brands. Photo: David Wong
The so-called milk ban restricts outbound travellers to two tins of infant formula. It was imposed by the government in March 2013 amid shortages of certain brands. Photo: David Wong
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