17 Mar '15, 12am

S'pore unaffected by fake Milo case in Malaysia, says Nestle

SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR - Consumers can rest easy about the Milo tins and refill packs sold in Singapore as they are manufactured here, Nestle Singapore clarified with The Straits Times last evening. It confirmed that there have been no such counterfeit product incidents reported in Singapore. The products come with a "Made In Singapore" label, it said in response to queries on the Milo Singapore Facebook page. Customers had asked if Singapore was affected by the fake Milo found in Malaysia, and Nestle replied: "The incident reported in the media does not refer to Milo in Singapore. Milo sold by Nestle Singapore is manufactured in Singapore at our Jurong Factory and comes with a differentiated label with the statement 'Made In Singapore'." A spokesman told The Straits Times: "The safety and quality of our products is a non-negotiable priority for Nestle, and we are taking a...

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