INVESTIGATION OF TWO DIFFERENT BRANDS OF NOODLE DEATHS - HEALTH DEPARTMENT
It's unclear whether the deaths of five children - in separate incidents - were caused by food tainting, but the Health Department confirmed that the Eastern Cape children ate a different type of noodles than the Mpumalanga children.
CAPE TOWN – It's still unclear whether food pollution was to blame for the deaths of five teenagers in separate situations.
The evaluation process is currently ongoing.
Recently, two Mpumalanga relatives decided to share a bag of noodles.
It happened not long after three youngsters in the Eastern Cape had died.
They'd also consumed noodle dishes.
The assessments had been focused on, according to the Health Department.
Murdock Ramathuba of the workplace stated: "The evaluation is going well. It's a long relationship to try to condense to one issue, given that there are multiple elements linked to food tainting incidents, aside from presuming that the testing facility demanded or that other components may be implicated."
He specified two brands of noodles.
"On Friday, we had a social gathering with one of the brand owners, and we've planned a get-together with the other brand owners, but we won't be able to meet until the end of the week. We hope to meet with them today [Monday] to simply discuss what may have gone wrong "Ramathuba expressed his dissatisfaction with the current state of affairs.
They went through the noodle inspections, he claimed.
"We were able to obtain the ordinary models more quickly. As of not long ago, we had not discovered any true ready from natural models. With the compound models, we're focusing on the examination right now to confirm what's going on."
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