Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Two Mie Sedaap spicy noodle products are being recalled in Singapore due to the presence of ethylene oxide, which is commonly used as a pesticide. The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) on Oct. 6 directed Sheng Sheng F&B Industries to recall the two products, Korean Spicy Soup instant noodles and Korean Spicy Chicken instant noodles, which are imported from Indonesia. They have expiry dates of March 13, 2023 and May 21, 2023 respectively. The level of ethylene oxide in the products exceeded the 50mg/kg threshold, and could pose health risks to consumers. SFA said: “Under the Singapore Food Regulations, ethylene oxide is allowed to be used in the sterilisation of spices.” SFA said it did not detect ethylene oxide in any of the food products surveyed other than Mie Sedaap instant noodles following the detection of the same substance in Haagen-Dazs ice cream products in August 2022. Since that time, SFA has been looking into other food products. SFA stated that while there is "no immediate risk to consumption of food contaminated with low levels of ethylene oxide", a study by the United States Environmental Protection Agency has found that long-term exposure… Read full this story
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