FDA bans sale of H&H Infant Cereals

FDA bans sale of H&H Infant Cereals

The Food and Drugs Authority has banned the sale of the H&H Infant Cereal and H&H Nutritious Milk Powder as health checks show the product is not safe for the consumption of infants.

Public Relations Officer of the FDA James Lartey said the food authority cannot guarantee the wholesomeness of the products for the Ghanaian public.

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The FDA has therefore ordered the importers to recall the products since they have not been certified for sale.

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