The Center for Food Safety of Hong Kong (CFS) released the latest batch of results of melamine tests on dairy products on Saturday and said all samples tested were satisfactory.
All 106 samples tested, including cakes, egg tarts, baby food, chocolates, instant drink mixes, milk, cereals, ice-cream, cream and nutrition supplements for hospital use, were satisfactory, according to the CFS.
"So far, we have tested about 140 overseas imported frozen confection samples and they are all satisfactory. We will continue to collect samples of dairy products and products with dairy ingredients for testing," a spokesman for the CFS said.
"Test results for some milk powder, frozen confections, chocolates, milk beverages, cakes, buns and cream soup will be available tomorrow," he added.