Cup Noodle
An elderly woman in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, became ill after eating a Nissin Cup Noodle. After an examination, paradichlorobenzene, which is used in mothballs and insect repellent, was found in the soup. The specific Cup Noodle was traced back to a factory in Ibaraki Prefecture and was manufactured on August 30 of this year. Nissin President Susumu Nakagawa announced that his firm will voluntarily recall about 500,000 Cup Noodles that were produced on the same date.

(By the way, for anyone who’s wondering, Cup Noodles are known as Cup Noodle (singular) in Japan.)

via Japan Today with thanks to Cutie for the tip.

2 thoughts on “Japanese Cup Noodle recall (in Japan)”

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