Two jars of Sainsbury's ownbrand honey and a Gales product tested positive for both.Honey from Rowse, Bee's Queen and Asda also tested positive for at least one of the chemicals.The sudden withdrawal of all Chinese honey threatens to cause a UK shortage.Two Tesco Finest Acacia Honey jars tested positive for chloramphenicol. A pot of Tesco Pure Set Honey also tested positive for both.Steven (right) spent years searching for an Asian mate before settling on Sandy (left).The couple are the subject of Seeking Asian Female, a new documentary that explores the concept of yellow fever In the film, Ms Lum follows the lives of Steven, a twice-divorced 60-year-old on the hunt for an Asian bride, and Sandy, the Chinese woman half his age whom he meets on the internet and ultimately marries.'[Steven's] obsession with any Asian woman has been replaced with a real-live Sandy,' explains Ms Lum, who admits that her own preconception of Steven was perhaps just as bad as those she sought to debunk about Asian women.
And I thought all the other acting was excellent too, in the way people act in Woody Allen movies...
The FSA's original approach was to remove only batches of Chinese honey which tested positive for illegal contaminants.
However, it adopted a blanket ban because the problem appears to be so widespread.
Concern about potentially harmful residues in Chinese food imports led the EU and Britain to ban all new shipments.
But at that stage they did not order recalls of products on shelves.