2008-10-29 Hong Kong
Last week, the government of Hong Kong found excessive levels of melamine in a brand of eggs sold at PARKnSHOP. Although the supermarket has already taken all contaminated eggs off shelves, the issue has prompted concerns over the safety of chicken feeds. It is said that the tainted eggs were imported from Dalian on the mainland, where a large number of feeds were found to contain excessive melamine. For this reason, the local authorities in Hong Kong will step up tests on imported eggs, chicken meat and others in order to ensure safety.