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How households in China ensure their food is safe

In 2008 six infants died and 300,000 babies suffered with painful kidney stones after drinking tainted milk powder in China.

Five years on, sales of home food safety tests are soaring in the country.

Some people go so far as importing their food to alleviate concerns over safety.

Celia Hatton reports.

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