Here's How To Find Out If Your Dutch Lady Products Are Authentic
Yesterday, 13 February, Dutch Lady Malaysia launched an investigation into its Dutch Lady Curious product after a baby reportedly fell ill from consuming it
In its statement, Dutch Lady confirmed that it has obtained a sample of the product from the consumer and sent it for testing
The company contacted the consumer to obtain the sample, and has sent it to both its internal lab and a certified independent laboratory for testing.
Furthermore, the company has also met with the Ministry of Health to "resolve this matter".
Managing Director of Dutch Lady Malaysia, Tarang Gupta also said that initial findings from the internal quality control process showed "no quality deviations in the product", and Dutch Lady milk is safe to be consumed.
Dutch Lady is also taking this opportunity to clarify speculations about their packaging details, by outlining the characteristics of their authentic products
In the company's statement, Dutch Lady laid down a few guidelines to identify authentic products:
- Batch codes beginning with 100, 101, 102, and 103
- Expiry dates that end with (R), (W1), (W2), and (W3)
- Packaging variants with both spellings of "Calcium" and "Kalsium"
- Packaging variants showing the FrieslandCampina logo with and without a white box
You can take a look at this poster by Dutch Lady for further information