WFP food was contaminated – probe

Dr Jane Ruth Aceng

Kampala- Tests carried out on patients and food (super cereals) samples distributed by the World Food Programme (WFP) found traces of yeast, mould, bacterial contamination and the potential cancer causing aflatoxin, according to preliminary findings
The development follows food poisoning that occurred in Karamoja Sub-region in March which left 296 people sick and four dead in Napak and Amudat districts, forcing government to undertake various investigations into the incident.


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