SFA Recalls Strawberry Flavored EGO Swiss Roll After Detecting Above Limit Sorbic Acid Levels


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EGO strawberry flavored swiss roll is being recalled by the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) after it was found to contain sorbic acid in levels above the maximum limit stated in the Singapore Food Regulations.

Sorbic acid is a permitted food additive used for preservative purposes.


According to a Facebook post on Jan. 20, SFA has directed the importer, Kee Wee Hup Kee Food Manufacture Pte Ltd, to recall the affected product as a precaution.

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The batch of Swiss rolls in question comes from Malaysia and has an expiration date of September 3, 2023.

The recall is in progress.

SFA assures that consuming the affected product is unlikely to cause adverse health effects.

However, it advises people who have health problems not to consume the product.

Consumers can contact their point of sale with questions.

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Top photo via SFA/Facebook

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