Toxic cancer-causing coconut oil in Sri Lanka

Toxic cancer-causing coconut oil in Sri Lanka

by Devishka Sooriyapperuma on March 30, 2021

Tovi Foods is horrified that poor quality, cancer causing Coconut oil is being imported into Sri Lanka.  With media reports suggesting 180,000+ litres of toxic coconut oil being imported – that translates to just about 500,000 bottles of coconut oil that could seriously harm your family's health.

Since our inception, 12+ months ago – Tovi Foods was focused on sourcing the healthiest cooking oil available in the world.  Regardless of this coconut oil batch having toxic levels of Aflatoxin (cancer causing) – Canola Oil is the healthiest cooking oil with only 7% saturated fat versus 87% in coconut oil.  That makes Canola Oil 12 times healthier than Coconut oil.

Tovi sources our Canola Oil directly from Germany, which has the lowest pesticide use in the world.  Our oil is refined and bottled in Germany – so there is no risk of the oil being ‘messed with’ when it arrives.  We are not a business that focuses on profit over people’s health.  None of our oil is imported 'loose' and definitely has nothing added into it.  

Our canola oil features the following globally certified standards: 

  • ISO90001 - Quality in Manufacturing Process
  • ISO14001 - Environmental Management System
  • ISO50001 - Energy Management System
  • Tovi Canola oil is registered under IFS Food - which certifies the safety and quality of food products and production processes
  • Tovi Canola oil is also Intertek certified - meaning our standards are globally tested.
  • Canola oil is the only cooking oil certified by the US Food & Drug Administration as being Heart Healthy 

Our oils have been tested at a global laboratory in Germany and have passed inspection by SLSI.  It is simply the healthiest and highest quality cooking oil available in the market in Sri Lanka today.

Order your healthy Tovi canola oil today – and be assured that you are not poisoning your family.


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