A line-up of 12 air fryers tested by the Consumer Council recently. Photo: Handout A line-up of 12 air fryers tested by the Consumer Council recently. Photo: Handout
A line-up of 12 air fryers tested by the Consumer Council recently. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong consumer watchdog warns air fryers can still pose the same health risks as traditional cooking methods

  • While the trendy appliances are often touted as being healthier than methods like deep frying, the Consumer Council finds some risks still remain
  • Some models also present safety risks, as design flaws leave them susceptible to short circuits, the council says

Topic |   Consumer protection in Hong Kong
A line-up of 12 air fryers tested by the Consumer Council recently. Photo: Handout A line-up of 12 air fryers tested by the Consumer Council recently. Photo: Handout
A line-up of 12 air fryers tested by the Consumer Council recently. Photo: Handout
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