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KUALA LUMPUR: In light of the recent issue raised by the Hong Kong Consumer Council concerning 60 pre-packaged biscuits made from palm oil, food manufacturers must demand for palm oil from their suppliers that contain lower levels of 3-monochloro-propanediol esters (3-MCPDE) and glycidyl esters (GE), said Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) director-general Dr Ahmad Parveez Ghulam Kadir.
HUP Seng Industries Bhd is one of the leading cream cracker manufacturers regionally. It is a timeless favourite among Malaysians, having fed countless households as it is considered a staple food.
IPOH: The level of acrylamide found in some biscuits and crackers manufactured in Malaysia are below the benchmark level set by the European Union Commission Regulation, says Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
KUALA LUMPUR: Following health and safety concerns expressed by the Hong Kong Consumer Council (HKCC) over Hup Seng Industries Bhd’s crackers, there is expected to be downside pressure on the group’s share price in the short term, says TA Securities Research.
KUALA LUMPUR: There is expected to be short-term downside on Hup Seng Industries Bhd's share price following health and safety concerns expressed by the Hong Kong Consumer Council (HKCC) over the confectionery manufacturer's crackers, says TA Securities Research.
PETALING JAYA: Local cream cracker producer Hup Seng Perusahaan Makanan (M) Sdn Bhd has defended its product following claims it has cancer-inducing elements.
Hong Kong consumer watchdog warns air fryers can still pose the same health risks as traditional cooking methods
While the trendy appliances are often touted as being healthier than methods like deep frying, the Consumer Council finds some risks still remainSome models also present safety risks, as design flaws leave them susceptible to short circuits, the council says
‘Heat resistant’ plastic spatula melts in boiling oil within minute during Hong Kong Consumer Council tests
Model from JMJ became deformed and melted, failing to withstand heat of 220 degrees Celsius as claimedWhen 17 spatulas tested were immersed in a boiling sour liquid or alcohol, five failed to meet European requirements
PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry has conducted tests on several margarine brands that are suspected to contain cancer-causing substances.