First it was gluten, pet food, then milk and now eggs that have been found to be contaminated with melamine. First the New York Times reported that Hong Kong inspectors have found that eggs imported from North East China are contaminated with melamine. The melamine level found was almost double the legal limit for food sold in Hong Kong.
Then CNN News reported that a second contaminated batch of eggs had been identified from a second supplier. CNN confirms that U.N. officials are concerned that melamine has been introduced to animal feed and that it may turn up in chicken, pork, farmed fish and other products. Maybe in time this will be shown to go full circle link back to animal feed ingredients and/or gluten contamination. Follow the links for more details.