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Tiger Brands recalled some baby-powder products in September.

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Zimbabwe banned the import of Tiger Brands Ltd. baby-powder products, a month after the South African company recalled some of the items because they may have been tainted by asbestos.
“Given that a significant number of products in our supermarkets are sourced from South Africa, there is a possibility that some batches of the baby powder in question are in Zimbabwe,” the Health Ministry said in a statement dated Oct. 7 sent by email on Tuesday. “These products should be removed from the shelves or intercepted at points of entry.”


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