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Chocolate bars to rice cookies are being pulled off the shelves in South Korean stores after checks revealed they contain traces of melamine.
The chemical has been found in dairy products from China where four children have died after drinking milk formula laced with it.
South Korean officials say the melamine levels they've discovered aren't deadly but they're taking no chances.
SOUNDBITE: Choi Sung-Rak, head of food safety, Korea Food and Drug Administration, saying (Korean):
"The levels of melamine in these products don't pose a big health risk but melamine is not supposed to be used in food products so we'll do what is necessary to ensure food safety."
Dozens of people have been arrested in China over the melamine scandal.
The chemical can be used to cheat quality checks by boosting the protein content of dairy products.
Paul Chapman, Reuters
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