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Monday, December 29, 2008

Freeze Dried Fruits in Chocolate

This interesting food product was received in a festive hamper.

It comprises of freeze-dried fruits like durian, strawberry, mango coated with chocolate.

I got to say that the idea is pretty good in a sense that it makes eating chocolate sightly healthier with added fibre from the fruits!

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Julie Biscuits back on shelves in Singapore

From AVA :
The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) will lift the suspension on the import and sale of “Julie’s” brand of biscuit products with immediate effect.

All new batches of “Julie’s” brand of biscuit products, manufactured on or after 2 December 2008, will be allowed to be imported into Singapore. The date of manufacture must be clearly stated on the product labels. A health certificate and a laboratory report to show that the products are not contaminated with melamine must also accompany each imported consignment.

AVA has inspected the factories that manufacture the “Julie’s” brand of biscuit products in Malaysia and is satisfied with the measures taken by the manufacturer and the Malaysian authorities to ensure that Julie’s brand of biscuit products are not contaminated with melamine.

Import of all “Julie’s” brand of biscuit products was temporarily suspended on 24 October 2008 as a precautionary measure, after 12 of its products were found to be contaminated with melamine.

AVA will continue to monitor the safety of the products imported into Singapore to ensure that they are not contaminated with melamine.
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