Two brands of China canned sardines contain dead worms


PETALING JAYA: Two brands of canned sardine from China have been recalled as they were found to be contaminated with dead worms.  

The Health Ministry said it had conducted checks on the two brands following posts on social media that the canned sardines imported from China were tainted with nematodes, a type of worm.  

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