Samples of two unsafe Pan Masala brands were found in the investigation, a lawsuit will be filed

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Synthetic color adulteration is found in the Mahesh brand
Lakhimpur Kheer. A few months ago, laboratory reports of samples of different types of food filled by the teams of the Administration of Medicines and Food Safety (FSDA) came out a few months ago, in which unsafe samples of two brands of bread masala were found. According to the report, adulteration of a chemical called Gambier has been found. Apart from that, the Mahesh brand has also been found unsafe.
Deputy Food Commissioner Kaushalendra Sharma said that on September 9, 2021, the food security officer had sent a sample of Dosti brand masala bread from the Taukeen store Ahmed alias Raju, located in Mohalla Sheikh Sarai, city of Kheri, and sent her to the laboratory. to try. In this has been found the adulteration of a chemical called Gambier, which is used to give color instead of catechu. Similarly, on September 24, 2021, the food safety officer had filled out a sample of the classic brand of bread masala from Ramji Gupta’s grocery store in Ucholia, whose lab report also went confirm the adulteration of the Gambier chemical.
The deputy commissioner said the Gambier found in the two brands of masala bread falls into the category of hazardous chemicals, which are extremely harmful to human health. Therefore, a notice has been issued to both the shopkeepers and the production company, after which the lawsuit will be filed in the competent court.
gambier
Dosti and Classic brand masala bread has been confirmed to contain a chemical called Gambier instead of catechu, which increases the risk of kidney and liver damage, as well as dangerous diseases such as cancer. This dangerous chemical is used to dye the skin.
Deputy Food Commissioner Kaushalendra Sharma said some masala bread companies are using a dangerous Gambier chemical instead of catechu for more benefits by reducing the cost of masala bread. Strict measures will be taken against them.
Synthetic color found in Namkeen
On January 18, 2022, the food safety officer sent a sample of the Mahesh brand from the Sachin Gupta grocery store located in Mehmadpur Aliganj Road Gola and sent it to the laboratory for testing. Laboratory analysts have described the samples of this salty as unsafe, as synthetic color has been used, which is not edible. That is why the Deputy Commissioner of Food has issued a notice to the shopkeeper. Once the answer has been obtained, the file will be filed in the competent court.

Synthetic color adulteration is found in the Mahesh brand

Lakhimpur Kheer. A few months ago, laboratory reports of samples of different types of food filled by the teams of the Administration of Medicines and Food Safety (FSDA) came out a few months ago, in which unsafe samples of two brands of bread masala were found. According to the report, adulteration of a chemical called Gambier has been found. Apart from that, the Mahesh brand has also been found unsafe.

Deputy Food Commissioner Kaushalendra Sharma said that on September 9, 2021, the food security officer had sent a sample of Dosti brand masala bread from the Taukeen store Ahmed alias Raju, located in Mohalla Sheikh Sarai, city of Kheri, and sent her to the laboratory. to try. In this has been found the adulteration of a chemical called Gambier, which is used to give color instead of catechu. Similarly, on September 24, 2021, the food safety officer had filled out a sample of the classic brand of bread masala from Ramji Gupta’s grocery store in Ucholia, whose lab report also went confirm the adulteration of the Gambier chemical.

The deputy commissioner said the Gambier found in the two brands of masala bread falls into the category of hazardous chemicals, which are extremely harmful to human health. Therefore, a notice has been issued to both the shopkeepers and the production company, after which the lawsuit will be filed in the competent court.

gambier

Dosti and Classic brand masala bread has been confirmed to contain a chemical called Gambier instead of catechu, which increases the risk of kidney and liver damage, as well as dangerous diseases such as cancer. This dangerous chemical is used to dye the skin.

Deputy Food Commissioner Kaushalendra Sharma said some masala bread companies are using a dangerous Gambier chemical instead of catechu for more benefits by reducing the cost of masala bread. Strict measures will be taken against them.

Synthetic color found in Namkeen

On January 18, 2022, the food safety officer sent a sample of the Mahesh brand from the Sachin Gupta grocery store located in Mehmadpur Aliganj Road Gola and sent it to the laboratory for testing. Laboratory analysts have described the samples of this salty as unsafe, as synthetic color has been used, which is not edible. That is why the Deputy Commissioner of Food has issued a notice to the shopkeeper. Once the answer has been obtained, the file will be filed in the competent court.

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