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China imposes new rules to mend milk scandal

Dairy industry suffered since 2008 milk scandal, which killed six babies and sickened thousands.

Last updated: 11 Jan 2014 05:30
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China has been introducing tighter food safety laws to try to restore confidence in local dairy products.

The industry has suffered since the 2008 milk scandal, which killed six babies and sickened thousands.

One farm outside the Chinese capital Beijing has found an organic solution to the problem.

Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Beijing.

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