In a newspaper ad on the Philippine Star, the BFAD said this brought to 24 the number of products that consumers should avoid and report to authorities.
"Beware of these products! Alagaan ang kalusugan (Protect our health). If you see any of these products please call the BFAD (at) 8425606, 8070721, 8070725," it said in its message.
The BFAD said the 22 products were based on an advisory from the Philippine embassy in Beijing.
Last week, the BFAD found positive for melamine Greenwood Yili Fresh Milk and Mengniu Drink. The agency was expected to release the results of its further tests later Wednesday.
Citing the advisory from the Philippine embassy in Beijing, the BFAD said melamine was detected in the following brands of infant milk powder:Sanlu (Shijiazhuang Sanlu Group Inc.); Panda Baby (Shanghai Panda Dairy Co. Ltd.); Syrutra (Syrutra International Inc.); Gucheng (Shanxi Gucheng Dairy Co. Ltd.); Hero (Jiangxi Bright & Hero Dairy C); Huimin/HMDP (Baoji Huimin Milk Co. Ltd.); Mengniu (Mengniu Dairy); Kocci (Duojiaduo Dairy Industry Tianjin Co. Ltd.); Yaahili (Guangdong Yashili Group Co. Ltd.); Nanshan Beiyi (Hunan Peiyi Dairy Co.); Heilongjiang Qining Dairy Co.); Yashili (Shanxi Yashili Dairy Co.); Jinbishi (Shenzhen Jinbishi Milk Co. Ltd.); Scient (Guangzhou Shien Dairy Co.); Jinding (Guangzhou Jinding Dairy Co.); Yili (Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co.); Ausmeadow (Ausmeadow Nutriment Co. Ltd.); Suncare (Aikeding, Qingdao Suncare Nutritional Technology Co. Ltd.); Yubao (Xi'an Baiyue Dairy Co. Ltd.); Leilei (Yantai Leilei Dairy Products Co. Ltd.); Baoanli (Shanghai Bao'anli Dairy Co. Ltd.) and Hikid (Fuding Chenguan Dairy Co. Ltd.)