According to the FDA, Indomie Instant Chicken Noodles with 'Ladha Ya Kuku' inscription on the label is not a registered product in the country and thus, the general public is advised to be very cautious about the consumption of Indomie, as FDA is working on the safety of the product for consumption.
According to FDA, the product contains high levels of pesticides and aflatoxins.
“The attention of the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has been drawn to the recall of Indomie Instant Noodles (Chicken Flavour) products from certain countries due to suspected presence of high levels of aflatoxins and pesticides.”
The Food and Drugs Authority working to avert the situation has therefore deployed its surveillance teams at markets to monitor the spread of these unregistered Indomie products.
Ghanaians are there cautioned to be very circumspect when buying Indomie or eating Indomie, due to the report from the Food And Drugs Authority.
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