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LACK of latest technology to test ingredients in foodstuffs might be exposing Zimbabweans to contaminated products which are finding their way into the country, an expert has said.
Bottled water which was recently condemned as unfit for human consumption, has found its way into Botswana’s market where reports say it goes for between 6 and 7 pula per bottle.
NEWSDAY readers have commended the Government Analyst Laboratory, which tested and condemned some brands of bottled water, for doing a sterling job. Angry readers, reacting to the
WATER bottlers whose products were condemned by the Government Analyst Laboratory as unfit for human consumption have questioned the credibility of the laboratory. The government l
THERE has been a public outcry against local water bottlers following an investigative report published by NewsDay on Saturday exposing unscrupulous bottlers selling contaminated w
NewsDay has uncovered a possible scandal where suppliers of bottled water are selling contaminated water, which, according to the Government Analyst Laboratory, is unfit for human