Salty instant noodles, will be removed when ordered by the FDA – DTI

MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is ready to remove instant noodles that are salty or have high sodium content from the markets if the Food and Drug Administration issues a recall order in this regard. In PTV’s public briefing this Friday, October 21, DTI Undersecretary for Consumer Protection Ruth Castelo said that Trade Secretary Alfredo Pascual has endorsed the complaint of Senator Raffy Tulfo about

Japanese Itomic electric instant water heater for hand washing

Comfortable hand washing with warm water even in winter Since its establishment in 1948, Nippon Itomic Co., Ltd. (Sumida-ku, Tokyo) has been engaged in research on water heaters, and has provided electric hot water systems that are optimal for all kinds of facilities under the theme of “warm water and people.” Ahead of winter, the company is working to strengthen set sales of automatic faucets and the “EIX series of

Consumer protection vs unhealthy instant noodles covered by DTI

MANILA, Philippines – The mandate of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) covers everything that can provide protection to the welfare of consumers, including the investigation of unhealthy instant noodles. In the budget hearing held on Monday, Senator Raffy Tulfo asked the DTI to help other government agencies to ensure that food products sold to the public are safe such as instant noodle products with high sodium content. “Please

High level of sodium in instant noodles, sardines worries Tulfo

MANILA, Philippines – Senator Raffy Tulfo is concerned about the high level of sodium in instant noodles and canned sardines. This was announced by Tulfo in conjunction with the Senate hearing on the proposed budget of the Department of Trade and Industry where many Filipinos eat this every day because it is affordable. Due to the health risk, Tulfo pleaded with the DTI if they could order the manufacturers to