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More Chinese eggs in Hong Kong Tainted

Hong Kong found more Chinese eggs containing an excessive amount of the industrial chemical melamine, the Hong Kong government said, as a new food safety problem on the mainland expanded. Hong Kong will inspect all eggs from China in the coming week and will expand the scope of inspection to meat and Animal offal. 60% of eggs in Hong Kong are imported from Mainland China.

Source: Xinhua, October 26, 2008