Masala Mess To Cerelac Crisis: We The People For Food Safety

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  • Published On: April 28, 2024
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Singapore and Hong Kong have taken off Everest and MDH masalas from their shelves, citing food safety concerns. It's not just masals, Cerelac was in the dock after a report suggested that Nestle adds sugar only to baby food in India. Also, Bournvita is no longer categorised as a 'health drink. This episode of We The People is a cry out loud for better, more transparent food safety in India.

 

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