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Awareness In India And Double Policy

In India large brands in fast food Industries ignore the food safety norms followed by and in developed countries. Pizzas,pastries,burgers,sandwiches and a full range of ready-to-eat fast foods are packed in un-coated paper & boards. Consumers' lack of awareness of safety norms adds up to additional profit margin for these so-called giants. Ethics in food packaging are totally ignored.by them. I recommend and advise any of this article's readers to check this issue for themselves and spread awareness.

Posted by Pritam Kamath
22 January 2013 | 17h06

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