An Indian News article says one of India's states suspended the Johnson & Johnson license for its products contain Ethylene oxide.
The Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has suspended the licence for manufacturing cosmetics of Johnson and Johnson after residues of carcinogenic substances were found in baby talcum powder produced by it.
The licence has been suspended as the FDA expressed serious concern over the presence of ethylene oxide in a batch of baby powder produced in 2007. Ethylene oxide was used to bring down microbial load in the powder by sterilisation. Consumers need not worry as the shelf life of the batch ended in July 2010 and it would not be available for sale in the market.
According to Wikipedia, Ethylene Oxide is a known class 1 carcinogenic element.
My questions is: Do any of Johnson & Johnson's products contain Ethylene oxide outside of allowed level? (If there is no Indian standard, a reference to US standard is fine)?