NEJMA cooking oil banned on Rwanda market

By Nicole Kamanzi M.
On 13 December 2019 at 06:00

Rwanda Food and Drugs Authority has banned the sale and use of NEJMA cooking oil for some inconsistencies discovered in the branding of the product.

The inconsistencies are said to have been found in the NEJMA cooking oil production and expiration dates inscribed on the bottles that differ from that written on bottle labels.

Besides, the Batch/Lot numbers are only written on the boxes but is not on the bottles.

The Rwanda Food and Drugs Authority, in a statement issued Wednesday, warns consumers to avoid using the cooking for it is likely to be a health risk and encouraged anyone in possession of the product to return it to their vendors.

All vendors and distributors of NEJMA cooking oil have been advised to report to Ministry of Health in not more than than five days for further assistance.

Rwanda Food and Drugs Authority has banned the sale and use of NEJMA cooking oil for some inconsistencies discovered in the branding of the product.

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