Despite the potential pot calling the kettle syndrome, it seemed to me to be of some interest as to what the specific complaint actually was, ie its validity (or otherwise).
From BBC website, a slightly more detailed version -
As part of their audit in Europe, Chinese officials found problems at one British dairy and are now working with the UK's Food Standards Agency (FSA).
The FSA is set to carry out its own compliance checks, with the temporary suspension is expected to be lifted once the issue has been resolved.
Patty Clayton, senior analyst at industry research body Dairy Co, said: "In the UK, we have a very good record for food safety and I don't think this particular temporary ban should worry anybody locally, as there are just some minor details that need to be sorted out."
Mrs Clayton said the UK's international reputation was unlikely to be put at risk and that the issue was likely to be dealt with "relatively quickly".
She added that China had placed a high priority on food safety in the wake of the 2008 melamine crisis, in which six children died from drinking tainted milk.
As usual raw data is (so far) lacking.
Rgds / Charles.C