Food productiondaily.com have today reported that more stock of melamine tainted dairy products have been identified in China.
Apparently traders purchased the contaminated products from the 2008 incident, which should have been disposed of, with the intention of processing the stock and selling it on.
Here at QADEX we have a major bee in our bonnet about the damage that unscrupulous or indifferent traders cause to the food supply chain and the resultant increased burden that falls on quality traders and food processors.
There must be a solution out there to identify, and then name the traders in the supply chain who do not meet minimum criteria to be participants within the food supply chain. These small minority are having an undue adverse impact on the vast majority of responsible food business operators.