More toothpaste with DEG
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in Charleston, S.C. seized 1,440 tubes of toothpaste adulterated with antifreeze ingredient diethylene glycol, agency announces Oct. 5. The toothpaste had deceptive country of origin markings on packaging - the boxes were marked "made in India," while shrink wrap housing the boxes were marked "made in China," CBP notes. Officers performed an initial examination of the shipment in July and sent samples to a lab where they tested positive for DEG. In June China ordered the detention without physical examination of all dentifrice products including aerosols, liquids, toothpastes and tooth powders with or without fluoride containing DEG after FDA discovered the ingredient in several Chinese-manufactured products. China has also banned firms from using DEG as a toothpaste ingredient (1"The Tan Sheet" July 16, 2007, p. 9)...
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