2007 Vietnam food scare
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The 2007 Vietnam food scare was a food scandal, which exposed contaminated food. Among the issues were formaldehyde in noodles of the national dish, Phở, banned pesticides in vegetables and fruit, and toxic soy sauce.
- Toxic soy sauce, chemical veggies -- food scares hit Vietnam
- Soya sauce stirs worry and discontentment among public
- Formaldehyde noodles? No thanks Jakarta Post