Bean curd maker Hensin Food suspended after cockroach infestations found on premises
SINGAPORE — The Singapore Food Agency ( SFA ) ordered the suspension of operations at bean curd manufacturer and wholesaler Hensin Food after cockroach infestations were found in the company’s food preparation areas.
The premises were also found to be “dirty and poorly maintained”, said SFA.“In the interest of public health, SFA directed the licensee to rectify the lapses and take necessary measures to improve the food safety practices and the cleanliness of its premises,” SFA said.
As a precautionary measure, it also directed the company to dispose of the bean curd, or “tau kwa”, that was manufactured on the day of inspection.None of the implicated food products was distributed or made available for sale, it added.“Food safety is a joint responsibility as food can be contaminated anywhere along the food chain,” SFA said.Read more: TODAY »
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