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Chinese toothpaste distributed in hotels worldwide by a U.S. company has been recalled because it may contain a chemical used in antifreeze, according to regulators.
Indianapolis-based Gilchrist & Soames voluntarily recalled the 0.65-ounce tubes of toothpaste after independent tests showed some samples contained diethylene glycol, or DEG, according to a statement posted today on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Web site. Hotel guests who took the toothpaste home with them should throw it away, the company said.