Centre's Action After Indian Spice Brands Banned In Hong Kong, Singapore

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  • Published On: April 22, 2024
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The government has ordered food commissioners to collect samples of spices from all the manufacturing units in the country, sources said, after food regulators in Hong Kong and Singapore red-flagged a cancer-causing ingredient in certain products of two popular Indian spice brands - MDH and Everest.

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