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Alert! : Will India #BAN #Ajinomoto?

06 Jun
Alert! : Will India #BAN #Ajinomoto?

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This will reveal the pathetic state of ‪#‎Indian‬‪#‎Food‬‪#‎Safety‬. Will India ban Ajinomoto now?

‪#‎Maggi‬row has made everyone talk about MSG aka Monosodium Glutamate.

But we people are so unaware / lethargic to be frank.

This MSG is also called as Ajinomoto. Which is widely used across India in most of the foods in many hotels and processed foods like noodles.

Last time when you ate fried rice, you consumed the same MSG for which Maggi is banned now.

On 2005 itself a gentleman called ‪#‎DEEPANKAR‬‪#‎GANGULY‬ wrote about MSG on a Kolkata newspaper The Telegraph.

That article was just an example, many newspapers media might have wrote about MSG. But what is the use when they gave voice and the govt. or ‪#‎FSSAI‬ not listening to it?

When you know some ingredient is harmful.. why it is given…

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Posted by on 06/06/2015 in Uncategorized

 

3 responses to “Alert! : Will India #BAN #Ajinomoto?

  1. Risty

    19/11/2015 at 11:26 AM

    wow.. Aji-no-moto is famous MSG in Indonesia too..I warn myself to stop eating when I am eating I feel so thirsty.. 🙂

     
    • Anil

      19/11/2015 at 3:00 PM

      That is taste enhancer. More you eat, more poison entering your body. More tasty foods of Restaurants (Mostly chinese dishes) shud be avoided.You know better about food & the poisons of modern days. Take care! Thanks!

       
      • Risty

        20/11/2015 at 9:05 AM

        indeed.. very dangerous 🙂

         

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