Dnevnik Questions Culpability in the Milk Scandal

Ljubljana, 21 November - If the cows are not mad then the fish are poisoned with lead. And if there is no cadmium in the sea shells, then Chloramphenicol surely has to be in milk. If there are no traces of heavy metals in vegetables, then swine fever is probably spreading. Not to mention that water in some places is more dangerous to health than wine. So what is a person to eat and drink, asks the daily Dnevnik on Thursday as it comments on the milk scandal in Slovenia.

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