Firm admits mislabeling milk as impor...

Firm admits mislabeling milk as imported, allegedly to woo customers

There are 5 comments on the thanhniennews.com story from Mar 18, 2013, titled Firm admits mislabeling milk as imported, allegedly to woo customers. In it, thanhniennews.com reports that:

GmB goat milk powder is produced in Vietnam but labeled as imported from the Netherlands, and is sold at exorbitant prices A Ho Chi Minh City-based company has admitted to falsely labeling its goat-milk formula and other products as imported.

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whahahahahhaaa

Chicago, IL

#1 Mar 18, 2013
commie bac ky land...jungle laws of ho chi minh children
whahahahahhaaaha

Chicago, IL

#2 Mar 18, 2013
COMMIE VIETNAM BAC KY ho chi minh jungle laws and jungle stories on loud speaker 24/7
Drgunzet

Meridian, ID

#3 Mar 20, 2013
See? The evil South Vietnamese are at it again. This time they got caught for swapping fake labels on milk products. Next time, they will use toxic, substandard ingredients just like the Chinese for more profit at the poor health against the babies.

Mark my words, some time in the future such milk scandal will happen. Vietnam government has gone too soft. They need to reintroduce the marshal law against the South Vietnamese.
bac ky goc 3tau lao

Chicago, IL

#4 Mar 21, 2013
vinamilk made in china also
bac ky hanoi gross

Renton, WA

#5 Mar 21, 2013
i eat vietnam and some guy da cook my food, touch hiz dirty monkey butt crack and touched my food again wdf and I refossssed to eat it and dey made me pey, dat how poor dey r

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