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Taiwan food products recalled

October 08, 2014

The Centre for Food Safety urges people not to consume a kind of noodle and a type of cooked dumpling imported from Taiwan as they were made with substandard lard. Traders should stop supplying the products and recall them.


The products are Traditional Tiny Noodles manufactured by Long Kow Foods, with use-by dates of March 5, April 14, April 21, May 22, July 8, July 24 and August 1, 2015; and, Pork Cooked Dumpling manufactured by Chi Mei Frozen Food. The affected batches are April 28, May 5 and June 9, 2014.


The centre received notification from Taiwan authorities the two products were made with CG Fragrant Lard Oil produced by Taiwan's Chang Guann, and some of the affected products were exported to Hong Kong.