Food Hygiene – consumers should be more aware

In the wake of two popular sweets manufacturers using sub-standard raw materials and neglecting the hygiene of the product they sold, it is the time to be more vigilant on the quality of food products being sold in the market.

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Sweets are only a tip of the iceberg. Almost every product sold in Nepal are found to be adulterated in some form. Sand is mixed in rice, color in turmeric, cheap flour in expensive one, kerosene in petrol … and the list goes on. The issue of Real juice even involved the governments of India and
Nepal. These facts have proven that the government can do little in such matters. So, the consumers should unite to protest such practices and be more aware of their own health and safety.

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