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    Government explains why cooking oil brands were suspended.

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    Monday, September 26th, the Ministry of Industrialisation, Trade, and Enterprise Development clarified the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) recall of 10 cooking oil products.

    According to the government’s announcement, only the batches named explicitly in the statement were found to have iron levels more significant than the 2.5 thresholds allowed by Kenyan laws.

    For example, the Bahari Fry batch number 1.07921 as well as the Fresh Fri batches FF1L17487D and FF500175260 were both deemed unsuitable.

    In addition, there were batches of OL4A3 MF9.25.05.22 of Top Fry, 8941D of Fry Mate, 105948 of Olive Gold, 0210322B of Postman, 0340522B of Rina, SS1L17472D of Salit, 152222A of Tilly, and 105948 of Olive Gold.

    In addition, the State Department of Industrialisation clarified that the rest of the manufacturers’ merchandise were suitable for consumption by humans.

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