Singapore bakwa caught in cancer compound scare


A Hong Kong consumer council reported that Singapore’s Bee Cheng Hiang bakwa carries compounds associated with cancer risks. The report said the carcinogenic contaminant polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) was found in 13 test samples. Bee’s barbecued beef bakwa contained the highest amount of P...

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Rajeswari Ramanee
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