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

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

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

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.