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|Poduction And Expiry Dates For Breads In Nigeria by helsinkiman(m): 9:13am On Oct 29, 2013|
It's time NAFDAC enforces the display of production and expiry dates on breads in Nigeria. It is very difficult to ascertain whether a bread is fit for consumption or it has expired. One cannot simply judge by the looks of the bread. I observe that it is the appearance of mucous that makes bread unfit for consumption in Nigeria. This is an health issue which relevant agencies especially NAFDAC should fix.
Recently I bought a value bread from UACN thinking it was fresh until I got home and discovered it was as hard as olumo rock. I couldn't have known when it was produced because there was no production or expiry date on it. Ditto for other bread manufacturers such as LEVENTIS etc. I believe if NAFDAC can enforce production and expiry dates on food items such as gala, they should do same for bread which is a staple food in Nigeria except they are happy exposing 160 millions Nigerians to health hazard.
|Re: Poduction And Expiry Dates For Breads In Nigeria by MissyB3(f): 6:07pm On Oct 30, 2013|
Not just on bread and gala. Every food considered fit for human consumption should have its production and expiry date inscribed somewhere visible to consumers.
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