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A spoonful of sugar can help the medicine go down, but some say a spoonful of oil can also improve your overall health...It's a bit of an unusual practice...swishing a spoonful of oil around your mouth for 20 minutes in an effort to promote oral and
Must read China's streets are lined with food stalls and small restaurants, some of which would buy cheap, black market oil made from processing garbage that contains oil or animal parts. The oil is then sold at below-market rates to street vendors
The next time you consider eating Chinese street food you might think twice. The use of gutter oil it turns out is pretty common. This refers to a process of pulling waste oil from sewers, grease traps, waste from slaughterhouses, reprocessing it
As per data monitored by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs and Food, prices of Edible Oils during the week, October 10th to 17th, 2013, remained steady in whole markets across the country. Price Monitoring Cell of the Ministry monitors prices of
The Ministry of Health and Welfare invited experts Saturday to discuss how to recover more than NT$2.3 billion ( US $78 million) in alleged illegal profits from two companies which admitted to selling adulterated food oil products on a massive scale.
Taipei, Oct. 25 (CNA) The head of a Taiwanese company involved in a major food safety scandal was indicted Friday on eight counts of fraud, with the prosecutor seeking the confiscation of more than NT$1.8 billion ( US $60 million) in illegal gains.
A spokesperson for Flavor Full Foods Inc. last night finally admitted that 24 of the company's edible oil products distributed in the domestic market have been adulterated with much cheaper cottonseed oil, according to the Bureau of Health of New
Taipei, Oct. 23 (CNA) Tests on all edible oils that have good manufacturing practice (GMP) certification or are labeled as 100 percent pure will be completed in one week, Vice Economics Minister Duh Tyzz-jiun said Wednesday amid an edible oil scandal
Taipei, Oct. 23 (CNA) Taiwan should have better controls and penalties and should adopt international standards to assure food safety, Mirko Kruppa, deputy director-general of the German Institute Taipei, said Monday in response to the latest food
Soon after the potato curry and rice was served at the school in rural Chappra, Bihar, one of India's poorest states, pupils started complaining of stomach cramps, then began to vomit and collapse. Grief: Women mourn the death of their children who