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Malaysian Health DG: Unhygienic ice factories were "constantly monitored"
 

Malaysian Health DG: Unhygienic ice factories were "constantly monitored"

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After reports of "rogue" ice factories in the Klang Valley producing ice cubes and slabs with waste water, the Malaysian Ministry of Health has said there is no cause for concern.
 
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16 Oct 2016 - General
 
Mahmoud AbdelAziz thank you for sharing this article, after I read it , I had mixed feelings, I can't imagine that there is someone on the earth can accept selling "diseases" ...
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Oh my. Now I am beginning to wonder if this is also happening in my own country. Its scary to think that there are people who would go to this extent just to make money. I thought this only happens in soap operas and movies, but apparently not! This ...
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Goodness! Now i am in doubt if i will still continue putting ice in my drinks from a certain restaurant. This is so alarming! I guess all of the ice factory should be check for their hygiene practices or measures. Thinking that it can happen to any I...
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It is inhuman, I mean how it is possible to recycle waste water to make ice cubes and slab. For me, it is really indigestible because ice cubes and slabs are widely used in the summer season and if these are made up of dirty water then the outcomes w...
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Mahmoud AbdelAziz First of all we want to know the background for using waste water. Like is it due to Water problem or higher price for water or negligence by manufacturers or non monitor...
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Unbelievable! How can waste and recycled water be used for making ice. There is really something wrong with the thinking of entrepreneurs lately. They are compromising public safety to achieve large profit that is utterly unacceptable and unethical! ...
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Really horrible!! What we are eating?? We often takes icy drinks and foods specially in hot weather to get a relief. But what is happening actually?? We are inviting thousands of bacteria!! I am sure the situation is not in Malaysia only. It is a com...
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Adding lots of ice cubes in the drinks is a very common habit everywhere in the world, especially in the hot South East Asia region. It goes usually unnoticed but we should ask ourselves about the source of this ice and how it is made. In Malaysia, s...
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