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Why You Could Be Eating Poisoned Indomie.

The Food And Drugs Authority has begun sampling the Indomie Instant Noodles Chicken Flavor as they suspect high presence of toxins in the product.

The Authority started this after they received word from other African countries that the popular brand seems to contain chemicals which are harmful to the body. Such countries include Kenya and Rwanda who have gone as far as to ban the importation of the product to the country. It is to be noted that the Indomie Noodle with "Ladha Ya Kuku" on the label is not a registered trademark in Ghana. They added that the only Indomie Noodles they have accepted are mostly produced locally in Ghana. They have begun testing the product for aflatoxins and pesticide residues.

Exposure to aflatoxins can cause vomiting, nausea, abdominal pain and convulsions acutely. Have you seen any of the product with such trademark in the market? Share your thoughts.

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