Beijing urged greater care in the manufacture of children's products amid a tainted milk scandal and a recall of Chinese-made cribs in the United States.
Delta Enterprises is voluntarily recalling nearly 1.6 million older versions of its drop-side cribs after two infant deaths, a company spokesman said.
Some 1,500 dogs in China died after eating feed tainted with the same chemical that contaminated dairy products and sickened tens of thousands of babies nationwide.
Drug giant has reached an $894 million deal to end most of the lawsuits over its two prescription pain relievers, Celebrex and Bextra.
Beijing met with five of its major dairies over the fate of Sanlu Group, the company at the center of a tainted milk scandal that has sickened thousands.
Chinese dairy executives trying to shore up their beleaguered industry pledged to implement higher standards, while nearly 6,000 babies remained hospitalized due to tainted milk.
Japanese automaker said Wednesday it was recalling more than 200,000 vehicles to fix a sensor system that could affect the car's passenger side air bag.
After a baby in Hong Kong fell sick from consuming milk and cookies laced with melamine, China sought to reassure Taiwanese consumers that its dairy products were safe.
All of China's milk powder and liquid milk produced before Sept. 14 was ordered pulled off the shelves to be tested by manufacturers, the Xinhua News Agency said.
Officials will look into concerns that a prominent toxicologist asked to render an independent verdict on the safety of bisphenol A may have a financial conflict-of-interest.
Japanese public health office said it found a high concentration of pesticides in frozen green beans imported from China, and one woman who ate them became ill.
Only plant in North America to produce a compound used in the rubber and tire industry has halted production until the cause of a chemical leak that forced evacuations is determined.
Federal judge will hear arguments on final proposal of a settlement for thousands of pet owners whose dogs and cats died last year after eating contaminated pet food traced to China.
Family of a baby whose death has been blamed on toxic milk filed suit against one of China's largest dairies, asking for almost $160,000 in damages.
Federal regulators have fined F.X. Matt Brewing Co. $5,000 for safety violations following a fire that destroyed the company's bottling facilities.
China will help foreign companies that claim compensation from exporters of milk products tainted with the industrial chemical melamine, a senior Chinese official.
Regulations tighten control over the production and sale of dairy products in China while promising more severe punishment for people who violate safety standards.
Pharmaceutical company has been fined over $6,000 for safety violations after a fire and explosion at its plant in Charles City last fall.
Environmental groups want Bayer to dismantle a stockpile of chemicals they say are so deadly they present a safety risk to residents located near a southwestern West Virginia plant.
Food safety agency has found excessive levels of the industrial chemical in a sample of Chinese-made EDO Pack Almond Cacao Biscuit Sticks.
Despite a massive clean-up effort, Maple Leaf plant at the center of a deadly listeriosis outbreak that killed at least 17 Canadians has produced more contaminated meat samples.
Health ministers condemned the scandal and agreed that Association of Southeast Asian Nations members should review and strengthen regulations to prevent health hazards.
More than 10,000 children remain hospitalized after being sickened in China's tainted milk scandal, as the government released rules on allowable levels of melamine.
New Process Gear's auto parts factory is facing more than $145,000 in fines from federal regulators for 65 violations of workplace safety standards.