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Saturday, June 2, 2007

Poision In Toothpaste From China

The New York Times reports that the FDA has found "diethylene glycol, a sweet, syrupy poison" in toothpaste imported from China.   The FDA has warned consumers to throw out toothpaste labeled as made in China.


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I have sent three emails to proctor and gamble asking if crest toothpaste contained any chinese ingredients. Their responses were convoluted and never answered the question. Since they didn't deny using Chinese ingredients I have to assume that they do.

Posted by: tom tozman | Jun 7, 2007 8:59:39 PM

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