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Sweets under FDI scanner in Nashik
Wednesday, 22/10/2014

NASHIK: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has collected 32 samples from various sweet shops to check for adulteration as part of its month-long drive during the festive season.

Speaking to TOI, joint commissioner (food), FDA, Nashik division, Chandrakant Pawar said, "As many as 15 samples have been collected on Monday, while the remaining have been collected since the drive was launched on October 5. The samples will be checked for quality and adulteration."

The FDA has also decided to keep an eye on adulterated 'mawa' or 'khoya', which arrives from outside the city for preparation of sweets during the festive season. Mawa or khoya is dried milk used in sweets. If the fat content in mawa is not as per the prescribed limit, it cannot be used in sweets. Mawa needs to have a minimum of 30% milk fats. It can be adulterated using sugar and starch.


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