Indonesia clears Sri Lankan flour

Indonesia has cleared 250 tonnes of flour from Sri Lanka which was earlier seized for allegedly containing hazardous chemicals.

The Indonesia media reported that the Director General of the Standardization and Consumer Protection unit of the Ministry of Commerce, Nus Nuzulia Isaac, had announced in Jakarta today that the consignment was safe for consumption.

The flour was imported by PT Interindo Kharisma Jakarta from Prima Ceylon, Kompas.com quoted Isaac Nuzulia Nus as saying.