Sunday, 4 February 2018
The instant durian coffee which reportedly landed five people in a Penang hospital late last month has been taken off the shelves in Singapore, said the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore.
While investigations are ongoing, the authority has instructed a recall of the product "as a precautionary measure", it said.
Consumers who have purchased the product can return them to the retailer, and AVA will be taking samples for food safety tests, AVA said on Saturday.
"Consumers who do not feel well after consuming any food products should seek medical attention. As a good food safety practice, when in doubt of the safety of a food product, do not consume," AVA said in a media release.
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