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  1. Berita Harian, Sinar Harian & Nanyang Siang Pau: Singapura Tarik Balik Coklat Cadbury Dicemari Plastik - 21 Nov 2008  pdf

  2. The Star: Do Our Farmers Use Cryomazine, too? - 13 Okt 2008  pdf

  3. Malay Mail: Your Veg is Garbage - 10 Sep 2008  pdf

  4. News Straits Times: Make Food Safety a Priority - 5 Sep 2008  pdf

  5. Berita Harian: ”Bimbang Juadah Berbuka Tercemar” - 15 Ogo 2008  pdf 

  6. The Star: USM Bans Polystyrene Food Containers - 18 Jan 2008  pdf

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