Ahead of Diwali, adulterated mawa worth Rs 10 lakh recovered

22 Oct 2019 07:21 PM

Ahead of Diwali, adulterated mawa worth Rs 10 lakh recovered

Updated 22 Oct 2019 07:21 PM

Food and safety department raided sweet shops in Ghaziabad, Muzaffarnagar, Hapur, Meerut etc and ahead of Diwali, adulterated mawa worth Rs 10 lakh has been recovered. Ahead of festivals the demand for sweets increase manifold and hence the makers try and use low quality raw products or adulterated products to produce more. This is harmful for health. Take a look at the complete report for more

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