EAST HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- Connecticut officials say they've found 10 boxes of cookies made in China that contain melamine, a chemical used in plastics manufacturing, in a small East Hartford store.
The boxes of Lotte Koala's March cookies were discovered Tuesday at Lotte Food Store on Burnside Avenue. They've since been destroyed.
This latest discovery comes a day after state food inspectors destroyed 15 boxes of Koala's March cookies found at A Dong Market in West Hartford.
Consumer Protection Commissioner Jerry Farrell says people who have the cookies should discard them or return them to the store where they were purchased.
Melamine is blamed for killing four infants and sickening 54,000 children in China. It's used to make plastics and fertilizers.