Fonterra's WPC 80 is used by a number of the firm's customers in a range of products including infant formula, growing-up milk powder and sports drinks. For this reason, we immediately contacted our customers and the appropriate authorities, so that any potentially affected products could be removed from the marketplace, said Fonterra NZ Milk Products managing director, Gary Romano. No reports of illness According to Fonterra, the customers, which it chose not identify, are investigating whether any of the contaminated WPC 80 made it into their supply chains. The companies have indicated that, if necessary, they will initiate consumer product recalls, Fonterra added. To date, there have been no reports of illness traced back to the affected WPC 80 batches. Fonterra, which is one of the worlds largest manufacturers of WPC, identified the issue in March 2013, when one of product tested positive for Clostridium. After weeks of intensive testing following the initial positive test result, Fonterra identified the potential presence of Clostridium Botulinum. Botulism, which is triggered by a nerve toxin produced by Clostridium Botulinum, can cause general muscle weakness, dizziness, double-vision, and breathing difficulties. Left untreated, botulism can lead to respiratory muscle paralysis. Overseasauthoritiesinformed In a statement, theNew Zealand Ministry of Primary Industries(MPI)acting director general, Scott Gallacherconfirmed that it has advised regulatory authorities in overseas markets about the situation, and that it is "working with Fonterra to establish what has happened, how it happened, and what can be done to ensure it does not happen again." "Our focus is on ensuring that there are no contaminated products on the New Zealand market.
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CMHC said it anticipates the government's latest mortgage-lending rules will affect between 5% and 10% of mortgage borrowers. However, the agency said it is difficult to know whether borrowers will react by choosing a less-expensive home, holding off on a purchase until they can save more or finding a cosigner. CMHC is Canada's government-backed mortgage insurer and controls about half of the market. Home buyers are required to take out mortgage insurance if making a down payment of less than 20% of the total price of a home. Housing markets are overvalued in nine of 15 major cities in Canada and there is evidence of overbuilding in seven cities, CMHC said Wednesday. The agency said it expects a combination of overvaluation and overbuilding to help slow growth in resales and house prices, leading to a slowdown in the pace of housing starts. "The strong evidence of overvaluation factors into our view that house price growth is expected to moderate over the forecast period so that the imbalance between house prices and the fundamentals that support them can resolve," Mr. Dugan said. CMHC's forecast extends to the fall of 2018. Some private-sector economists have forecast an outright decline in the country's two hottest markets, with National Bank Financial saying it anticipates prices for Vancouver homes will fall 10% over a year.
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