Public Amenities – Samples of two dozen items, including gurudev and rice bran oils, failed

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Shahjahanpur. The Food Safety and Drug Administration Department (FSDA) took more than two dozen samples from several articles during the Diwali campaign. Samples of branded honey, cooking oil, vegetable ghee, dairy products, soft drinks, spices etc. failed after testing in the state laboratory. The FSDA has started filing lawsuits against the affected dealers in various courts for failing the samples.
Every year, food adulteration increases with the arrival of major festivals. So the FSDA officials on Diwali organized a raid across the district by forming teams. 27 samples of different items were taken. The State Public Analyst Laboratory’s reviews of these samples are shocking, as most of them have been found to be inferior, unsafe (unsafe) for human health, and falsely branded (false brand). The ministry takes these test reports more seriously, in which the food is described as dangerous and unhealthy.
Samples of these things failed the investigation: Jai Gurudev brand edible oil from the grocery store of the Laddan resident of Kaunhi village on Parour Road in Kalan, Refined rice bran oil from the store of Vishwajeet aka Bishan Singh near Ambedkar Park in Nigohi A sample Mixed milk from Adesh Kumar in Sinaur Village in the Tilhar area and vegetable ghee from Rais Ahmed’s shop in Malupur, Jalalabad, were found to be of health concern. Both samples of the Rajasthani brand Rusk, taken from Mohammad Kalim’s shop in Kant, were found to have misprints because the details such as packaging, expiration date, etc. could not be found on them. The Niok brand honey, sourced from Tushar Omar’s Bahadurganj branch, was found to be inferior and defective in tests. Samples of Balaji Brand Asafoetida from the Raja Provision Store in Nigohi and Branded Mango Fruity Drink from the Bilawal Hussain store in Jalalabad were also found to be false. Coriander powder from Naushad Kirana store in Kant, milk from Rajwadi Rasoi Dhaba in Banthra (Tilhar), paneer from Pankaj Sharma from Nigohi Road Satwan Buzurg, mustard oil from Balram from Akra Rasulpur, Kant and Ramu Kirana shop from Mohalla Sikandarpur Afghan in Jalalabad The Flour Hat turned out to be inferior.
Adulterated cakes sold for Christmas
There was a lot of adulterated cake sales in town at Christmas. According to FSDA officials, on December 23 last year, a cake made of chocolate, bread, and cream was sent for testing from a bakery behind the Bank of Baroda in Dalelganj, which was found to be inferior when examined. It was believed that with less cream in it, fat adulteration could occur.
Momos chutney found deadly to health
After the corona curfew was relaxed, street food corners and handcarts started on the roadside. The FSDA had two samples of potato rolls and momos chutney tested from a handcart near Shaheed Park in City Hall. Upon receipt of the investigation report, it was found that inedible color had been added to the deadly category to give the chutney red color.
In all of these cases, files are prepared for filing cases. The sellers of the samples found to be fraudulent or counterfeit during investigation will be fined by the Department’s / ADM Administration’s Bailiff, but those who sell the samples found unsafe will go to jail. Cases of this category are filed in different courts of the judge. – Vijay Kumar Verma, Officer-Designate, FSDA

Shahjahanpur. The Food Safety and Drug Administration Department (FSDA) took more than two dozen samples from several articles during the Diwali campaign. Samples of branded honey, cooking oil, vegetable ghee, dairy products, soft drinks, spices etc. failed after testing in the state laboratory. The FSDA has started filing lawsuits against the affected dealers in various courts for failing the samples.

Every year, food adulteration increases with the arrival of major festivals. Because of this, FSDA officials formed teams at Diwali and raided the entire district. 27 samples of various objects were taken. The State Public Analyst Laboratory’s reviews of these samples are shocking, as most of them have been found to be inferior, unsafe (unsafe) for human health, and false-branded (false-branded). The ministry takes these test reports more seriously, in which the food is described as dangerous and unhealthy.

Samples of these things failed the investigation: Jai Gurudev brand edible oil from the grocery store of the Laddan resident of Kaunhi village on Parour Road in Kalan, Refined rice bran oil from the store of Vishwajeet aka Bishan Singh near Ambedkar Park in Nigohi A sample Mixed milk from Adesh Kumar in Sinaur Village in the Tilhar area and vegetable ghee from Rais Ahmed’s shop in Malupur, Jalalabad, were found to be of health concern. Both samples of the Rajasthani brand Rusk, taken from Mohammad Kalim’s shop in Kant, were found to have misprints because the details such as packaging, expiration date, etc. could not be found on them. The Niok brand honey, sourced from Tushar Omar’s Bahadurganj branch, was found to be inferior and defective in tests. Samples of Balaji Brand Asafoetida from the Raja Provision Store in Nigohi and Branded Mango Fruity Drink from the Bilawal Hussain store in Jalalabad were also found to be false. Coriander powder from Naushad Kirana store in Kant, milk from Rajwadi Rasoi Dhaba in Banthra (Tilhar), paneer from Pankaj Sharma from Nigohi Road Satwan Buzurg, mustard oil from Balram from Akra Rasulpur, Kant and Ramu Kirana shop from Mohalla Sikandarpur Afghan in Jalalabad The Flour Hat turned out to be inferior.

Adulterated cakes sold for Christmas

There was a lot of adulterated cake sales in town at Christmas. According to FSDA officials, on December 23 last year, a cake made of chocolate, bread, and cream was sent for testing from a bakery behind the Bank of Baroda in Dalelganj, which was found to be inferior when examined. It was believed that with less cream in it, fat adulteration could occur.

Momos chutney found deadly to health

After the corona curfew was relaxed, street food corners and handcarts started on the roadside. The FSDA had two samples of potato rolls and momos chutney tested from a handcart near Shaheed Park in City Hall. Upon receipt of the investigation report, it was found that inedible color had been added to the deadly category to give the chutney red color.

In all of these cases, files are prepared for filing cases. The sellers of the samples found to be fraudulent or counterfeit during investigation will be fined by the Department’s / ADM Administration’s Bailiff, but those who sell the samples found unsafe will go to jail. Cases of this category are filed in different courts of the judge. – Vijay Kumar Verma, Officer-Designate, FSDA

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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