The Consumer Council says six of 15 types of pre-packaged infant formula products reviewed had discrepancies exceeding local food labelling guidelines. The Consumer Council says six of 15 types of pre-packaged infant formula products reviewed had discrepancies exceeding local food labelling guidelines.
The Consumer Council says six of 15 types of pre-packaged infant formula products reviewed had discrepancies exceeding local food labelling guidelines.

Nutritional contents in some baby milk formulas overstated, Hong Kong consumer watchdog finds

  • Consumer Council finds discrepancies in six of 15 samples reviewed, but manufacturers say this is down to different tests and standards
  • Watchdog also warns of 3-MCPD, a substance produced during the refinement of vegetable fat under high heat

Topic |   Consumer protection in Hong Kong
The Consumer Council says six of 15 types of pre-packaged infant formula products reviewed had discrepancies exceeding local food labelling guidelines. The Consumer Council says six of 15 types of pre-packaged infant formula products reviewed had discrepancies exceeding local food labelling guidelines.
The Consumer Council says six of 15 types of pre-packaged infant formula products reviewed had discrepancies exceeding local food labelling guidelines.
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