JABREKSPRES.COM – For those who like to consume instant noodles with the Mie Sedaap brand, they are expected to be more vigilant, because based on a report from the Hong Kong Center for Food Safety (CFS), one of the variants of Sedaap noodles was found to contain pesticides. So Mie Sedaap has been withdrawn from circulation.
Not only that, CFS even found another dangerous substance called ethylene oxide in the same variant.
This was revealed by the Hong Kong food authority, the Center for Food Safety (CFS) through a release issued on its official website on 27 September 2022.
The release states that in Hong Kong, Mie Sedaap has been withdrawn from circulation because it contains pesticides.
The pesticide found by CFS was found in Mie Sedaap with the Korean Spicy Chicken variant.
Mie Sedaap is distributed by Golden Long Food Trading Ltd as the sole agent and PARKnSHOP (HK) Limited as the retailer.
In the release of CFS which was launched by pmjnews.com, CFS has collected product samples from supermarkets in Lok Fu for routine testing.
Such tests are performed under the Food Control Program.
From the results of the tests carried out, it was shown that samples of noodles, seasoning packages and chili powder products contained pesticides and ethylene oxide.
Source : jabarekspres.com