VIDEO: Just how safe is that cheap ‘KDF’ you gobble up for breakfast?

By K24Tv Team On Tue, 25 Feb, 2020 12:28 | < 1 min read

They are the most sought after ‘tea escort’ in many Kenyan homes. These new types of mandazis that have been dubbed KDFs are commonly sold in kiosks in Kenya’s urban centres.

They are affordable and a handy welcome in these tough economic times. But did you know they could be behind our digestive problems?

A recent exposé by Kameme TV revealed the unsanitary conditions in which they are made.

Kameme TV visited a ‘KDF‘ bakery in Kayole, Nairobi, where they found quite a disheartening scene with workers stepping on the same floor where the ‘KDFs’ are stored.

The workers did not have aprons or gloves and looked untidy.

Worse still, the ‘KDFs’ were stored on dirty floors next to sewerage lines and packed in dirty plastic paper bags.

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