Health Ministry: Ban 'ghost smoke' candy even if it is not harmful


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  • Wednesday, 24 Jul 2019

The candy allegedly becoming a hit among students around the country.

PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry did not find any forbidden ingredients in the controversial "ghost smoke" candy but product seizures were made because it violated labelling requirements.

"There were no forbidden ingredients but the product was seized because the content did not match what was on the label," said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.

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