Despite Ban, Tainted Candy Still On U.S. Shelves

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China's tainted milk scandal is now affecting California's large Asian American population. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued warnings late last week that stores stop selling a popular candy imported from China and an instant coffee from Taiwan, but some of the items are still on store shelves.

Oanh Ha reports for KQED.



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