Tag Archives: Sashimi

SUSHI EXPRESS CLARIFICATION: NEA & MOH CONFIRMS NO HYGIENE LAPSE IN OUR SASHIMI

I am writing to you in reference to a Facebook post by Randall Heng dated Wednesday 30 December 2015 regarding consumption of raw food items from our establishment at Seletar Mall. This post was subsequently referenced on your website on 7 January 2016. I would like to offer my company’s perspective on this matter. Firstly this was an isolated case as out of the approximately 500 customers who dined at this particular outlet on that day, we did not receive feedback of similar issues.

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MAN HOSPITALIZED WITH HIGH FEVER AFTER EATING SASHIMI AT SUSHI EXPRESS

Please heed my advice and avoid eating all kinds of raw food (fish especially!!!!). Unless you want to end up in the hospital like I did with a fever edging over 40 degrees, shivering till my lips turned purple. I had 20 slices of sashimi at Sushi Express Singapore Seletar Mall. Some of the slices had traces of blood on them which I returned back to the belt untouched.

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HEALTH MINISTRY: VERDICT NOT YET OUT ON RAW FISH BACTERIA

The Ministry of Health said in a Facebook post today that it is jointly investigating the claim about the outbreak of Group B streptococcus (GBS). It will work with the National Environment Agency (NEA) and the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) to investigate claims about individuals falling ill or being hospitalized as a result of bacteria found in raw fish and sashimi.

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DOCTORS SAY AVOID SASHIMI AND RAW FISH FOR THE TIME BEING?

Please avoid sashimi n raw fish this season. Just a heads up. My friend's husband was admitted into hospital abt 10 days ago. Had high fever, joint pain. He was diagnosed with grp B strep bacteria infection. From eating raw fish. He ate sashimi at tam po po at liang court 2 days and raw fish in chinatown 5 days before fever.He ended up with 2 surgery and may have to go thru knee replacement surgery cos the bacteria infected his joints n ate away his cartiledge.

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