ASS contributor Ray alerted the Editors to a local dog lovers page which found that the Overseas Emporium in Singapore was selling traditional chinese supplements which contains ingredients which are illegal in Singapore. From the supplement’s ingredient list, it consists of “testis penis canis” which is the genitals of a dog. Why did HSA allow such a product to be sold in Singapore when the sale of dog meat has been outlawed?
How was it possible that such products slipped into Singapore without the knowledge of HSA which is incharge of ensuring Singapore’s food safety standards? Was this product illegally imported or did HSA slip up in their duties?
“If you can just keep quiet and let these type of things to happen. You r just promoting dog meat trade to happen in spore.”