"Melamine has been found in wheat gluten and rice protein imported from China for use in some pet foods. More than 100 brands have been recalled. The following is a breakdown by state with information obtained from USDA: North Carolina - 1 farm with 300 pigs. 150 of the animals were sold to a plant in South Carolina where the product is on hold. Farmer also is holding the rest of the pigs. New York -1 farm, none of the animals have gone to slaughter. Kansas -195 hogs from one farm have gone to a processing plant; some product is on hold but some may have gone to commerce. California -26 hogs from one farm have gone to slaughter and are being held at a federally inspected facility. -50 hogs were custom slaughtered. They cannot be sold in retail stores, but purchasers are being contacted. Utah -2 farms where pigs are on voluntary hold, meat from one of the farms, totaling no more 100 hogs, may have gone into commerce through a federally inspected facility; the rest of product is on voluntary hold. South Carolina -1 farm, none of the pigs have gone to slaughter. Oklahoma -show hogs have eaten the feed but none have gone to slaughter. Poultry Missouri - a poultry feed mill in Missouri may have bought contaminated feed."
It seems nothing's really safe to eat anymore, though.