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Health authorities in Hong Kong have found more eggs contaminated with the chemical melamine.

The chemical is at the center of a tainted milk scandal that has sickened more than 50,000 children across China. It's showing up in fresh eggs, according to Hong Kong's Center for Food Safety.

Contaminated eggs were found in a batch produced by Jingshan Pengchang Agriculture Product Company, located in Hubei province, about 430 miles (695 km) east of Shanghai, the center said in a statement Tuesday Read full article »

CNN's Yuli Yang contributed to this story.

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