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False Advertisement of Solid Beverage Sold as FSMP Linked to Bone Deformity in Children

Consumption of a solid beverage sold as an FSMP (advertised as a substitute for children allergic to cow's milk) has been linked to adverse reactions in five children. The adverse reactions appear to be similar to the bony manifestations (craniotabes) of vitamin d deficiency in children.

Seventeen years after the “Inferior Milk Powder Scandal in Fuyang City," and twelve years after the “Melamine Incident," China is facing its latest infant related food safety scandal, aptly dubbed the “Big-Headed Baby Scandal." This scandal is associated with the consumption of a solid beverage marketed and sold as an FSMP (Food for Special Medical Purpose) product.

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