RUSSIA/USA: Wimm-Bill-Dann to investigate milk problem in New York
Russian juice and dairy company Wimm-Bill-Dann has sent an official inquiry to the US Food and Drug Administration after the company's Milaya Mila milk was removed from grocery store shelves in New York. Last week, several batches of Milaya Mila were removed from grocery store shelves because it allegedly contained sulfonamide, the use of which is banned in the US because of its potential to cause allergic reactions, reported Interfax.
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