Many people observing this month of Ramadan might come across a few promotions for Zam Zam water.
But beware, as the Food Standards Agency is advising consumers in the UK to keep an eye out for the
fraudulent sale of Zam Zam water which may contain high levels of
A brand of Zam Zam formally sampled by the London Borough of
Westminster has been found to contain almost three times the permitted
level of arsenic, which could contribute to increasing people's risk of
cancer. Zam Zam water can be found on sale throughout the year, but sales are more frequent around Ramadan.
Zam Zam water, which is sacred to Muslims, comes from a specific source
in Saudi Arabia and cannot legally be exported from the country for
commercial sale and can only be imported for personal use.
Now that we’re well and truly enjoying the spring weather, it’s time to start thinking about the long, hot summer that’s just around the corner. While you may still be waiting for the times when the weekends become an endless round of days at the beach and garden parties, now’s the chance to get some summer preparation done. Read more
We all have faced a financial burden at some point in our lives. Simple workarounds such as borrowing money from a friend or family members can help sort a few financial problems; there are times when you just can't access any money. While most people turn to credit cards, the high-interest rates charged by these service providers only make life harder, particularly if you have maxed out your credit card already. Some people however do not or never use credit cards but rather go for installment loans instead. Read more