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balkans milk question

by monicarc Online Now Feb 24, 2013 at 6:28 PM

recently heard about an issue with milk in serbia having carcinogens in it, wanted to know if this is an issue that has extended to other balkans countries? we are going to croatia, bosnia and montenegro in april and I have a baby. wouldnt be a big deal for her to skip milk for 5 days if need. yes i know that here in the usa food is loaded with bad things, not trying to start a political discussion.

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  • Re: balkans milk question

    by K_V_B Online Now Feb 24, 2013 at 10:00 PM

    All milk has carcinogens in it. In fact, all our food has carcinogens in it, it always has. I would stop worrying about that, and just enjoy your holiday.

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    Re: balkans milk question

    by tijanak Online Now Feb 24, 2013 at 10:09 PM

    Newspapers write: In Montenegro, there is no carcinogenic milk from Croatia. The relevant Montenegrin office announced, after the preparation of the analysis and control, the Croatian milk producers in the market of Montenegro is correctly. Follow the news.

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    Re: balkans milk question

    by Iksi Online Now Mar 11, 2013 at 2:20 PM

    do not worry about the milk, is is ok now. It never happened until the incident last week.

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