The Singapore authorities who are in charge of making sure that Singaporeans get safe and clean food have been busy.
Within the span of two weeks, they managed to detect three different batches of food that are unsafe for Singaporeans’ consumption.
This time, it’s the Singapore Food Authority (SFA) who are warning people in Singapore against consuming 10 products that can be found in supermarkets.
Winter Melon Products
According to the SFA, they are recalling 10 winter melon products that are sold in supermarkets.
After testing, they found that the sulphur dioxide within these products exceeds the maximum limit stated in the Singapore Food Regulations.
For people who are allergic to sulphite, excessive sulphite in food could cause symptoms like hives, itchiness, diarrhoea, stomachache and even vomiting.
In fact, according to WebMD, sulphite allergic reactions in people with asthma may even prove fatal.
Anyone who has bought the products should not consume them, the SFA advises.
Instead, contact the importers for enquiries and exchange/refunds:
- Yuan Sang (Tel: 6779 6677)
- Bake With Yen (Tel: 67413957)
- Ah Pau Choy (Tel: 62960730)
- Z T P Ginseng Birdnest (Tel: 6316 1215)
- Sun Kee (Tel: 64170888)
- Kuo Yeong (Tel: 6773 7677)
- H W Agri-Food Trading (Tel: 64826006 or 64823212)
And if you feel unwell after consuming it, go see a doctor immediately.
Here Are The Products:
**Together with pictures so you can easier identify if it’s inside your cupboard.
All batches of Zheng Shi Ming candied melon strips (3kg) imported by Yuan Sang, manufactured on Jun 13, 2020
All batches of Sweet Homes preserved winter melon (250g) imported by Bake with Yen, manufactured on Apr 24, 2020
All batches of Winter Melon Sweet (300g) imported by Ah Pau Choy from Vietnam with expiry dates in October 2021
All batches of candied melon (300g) imported by Z T P Ginseng Birdnest from China, with best before dates before November 2021
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All batches of preserved winter melon (150g) imported by Sun Kee from Malaysia, expiring on May 22, 2022
All batches of Bee’s Brand Sweeten Melon Strips (1kg) imported by Kuo Yeong, expiring on May 10, 2021
All batches of Tong Keow Preserved Winter Melon (250g) imported by Kuo Yeong, expiring on Nov 13, 2021
All batches of Happy Family Melon Chop (300g) imported by Kuo Yeong, expiring on Mar 2, 3 and 6, 2021
All batches of Hock Hua Tonic winter melon strip (250g) imported by H W Agri-Food Trading, expiring on May 26 and Jun 14, 2021
All batches of Maru Sun preserved winter melon (200g) imported by H W Agri-Food Trading, expiring on May 12, 2021
Remember how I said this is the 3rd batch?
In the previous two batches, the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) detected dangerous substances in weight-loss products that are sold online:
And banned substances in three other products that could potentially lead to heart attacks:
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