CAA instructs local company to remove carcinogenic oil from market
The Consumer Affairs Authority (CAA) has instructed a local coconut oil company to remove its products which have been found to contain carcinogens called aflotoxin from the market.
They said that the action was taken after tests revealed that the carcinogen was present in coconut oil samples.
The Consumer Affairs Authority (CAA) has taken steps to investigate the presence of aflatoxin, a carcinogen, in coconut oil sold in the market.
Accordingly, the Consumer Affairs Authority said that it had written to the company to remove the coconut oil from the market and that legal action would be taken against the company.