Most people living in towns like eating instant noodles also known as Indomie, many people preferred it because it is cheap and relatively fast during preparation. However, new details have emerged that Indomie's flavoured packets that contains vegetables, chicken and chilli contains aflatoxins and chemicals that can cause harm to human body.
Most city dwellers enjoy eating instant noodles, also known as Indomie; many people prefer it because it is inexpensive and easy to prepare. However, fresh information has surfaced indicating that Indomie's flavor packs, which comprise veggies, chicken, and chilli, contain aflatoxins and substances that might harm the human body.
Indomie noodles are no longer safe for consumption! The Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA) warns. Most people in the recent days have turned to instant foods or foods that take very little time to cook. This is why instant indomie noodles have become a common thing for most people because they get cooked very fast unlike other common foods.
COMESA recalls certain variety of Indomie that were found toxic by food security agency in India.Comesa indicated that the Indomie were found unsafe from human consumption after a laboratory tests were performed on them. The warning was issued to Kenya and other members of the COMESA trade block.The contents of the Indomie noodles which included chicken were fount to contain some aflatoxin.The content contained more agro chemicals and other toxic substances.
The Comesa Competition Commission has warned Kenyans against against eating some types of noodles popularly referred to as Indomie. The chicken and vegetable flavor were said to be unsafe and were on Tuesday pulled off the Egyptian food market. The Food and Safety Authority of Egypt determined that the chicken, chili and vegetable noodles were packed with aflatoxin and pesticide residues that were unfit for human consumption.
A consumer alert has already been issued on some of the unsafe indomie instant noodle flavours banned in Egypt as they contain aflatoxin and a percentage of some harmful pesticide residues. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, commonly known as COMESA has sent a warning that the harmful Indomie products are imported and marketed in other popular member states.
Consumers should avoid eating some chicken and vegetable-flavored instant noodles known as Indomie that were withdrawn from the Egyptian market on Tuesday, according to the Comesa Competition Commission (CCC). Indomie's chilli, chicken, and vegetable flavor packages had aflatoxins and pesticide residues in amounts that exceeded permissible limits, according to tests conducted by Egypt's Food and Safety Authority (FSA).
The Comesa Competition Commission(CCC) has warned consumers against eating some chicken and vegetable flavoured instant noodles popularly known as Indomie after they were recalled from the Egyptian market on Tuesday. [Photo Courtesy] According to a test conducted by the Food and Safety Authority, they found out that the Indomie Chilli, vegetables and chicken flavour packets contain aflatoxin and pesticide residues that exceeds safe limits.
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The vast majority living in towns like eating moment noodles otherwise called Indomie, many individuals favored it since it is modest and moderately quick during arrangement. Nonetheless, new subtleties have arisen that Indomie's seasoned parcels that contains vegetables, chicken and bean stew contains aflatoxins and synthetic substances that can really hurt human body.
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Indomie noodles are quite popular when it comes to an easy to prepare meal. Most common among university students and bachelors. Following a ban by the commission of COMESA regarding to the health and safety of some variety of the famous indomie noodles, KEBS has joined the race to determine the health of certain indomie varieties.
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