SHOCKING REVELATION as KEBs confirm the sugar we have been taking is poisonous with high levels of copper and lead

...copper per kilogramme. 

However, the one found in the imported illegal sugar was 20.7 milligrams of the metal per kilograms of sugar.

This makes it very poisonous and therefore dangerous for human consumption.

“The copper that was detected was above the required levels identified by the KEBS standards, making it unfit for consumption.”

“The recommended levels of copper in sugar is supposed to be 2 milligram in one kilogramme packet,” Ongwae said.

All this is contained in a report he presented to the National Assembly’s Trade Committee.


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