Food Adulteration

  • Adulteration

    Adulteration can be defined as the intentional addition or subtraction or substitution or abstraction of substances which adversely affect the nature, substance and quality of food products. It can be at the time of harvesting, storage, processing, transportation or distribution. Adulteration is of two types: intentional and incidental. Sometimes adulteration is caused due to ignorance, negligence or lack of proper facilities. To check the growing tendency of food adulteration, Government of India

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    Cooking food in a microwave oven has always been something I’ve dreaded. Upon placing my hot pocket in the microwave and setting it to what I think is the correct cooking length (because you know the instructions are never right, especially if you have a microwave like mine that is a 900watt while the instructions are always listed for 700 and 1200watt), I take a step back and wonder whether or whether or not the hot pocket will be a block of frozen marinara sauce in the center, an overcooked piece

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    Zack DeYmaz Dr. Lewis Eating Culture Food Procurement With such a wide variety of brand names and prices, going to your local grocery store can seem overwhelming with all the choices put in front of you. But what you don’t think about is, “Why am I at Kroger?” The reason is probably because that’s where my family shops or the affordable prices. In reality, economics controls what we eat according to financial status or social class. Anderson elaborates in chapter 5 of “Everyone Eats”, “Economics

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    The research of organic food The research of organic food Organic foods are foods that are produced without using modern synthetic inputs such as synthetic pesticides and chemical fertilizers. (Wikipedia, 2011, para. 1). Some people think organic foods are healthier than the traditional foods, some people oppose this opinion. The most important difference between organic foods and traditional foods is the farming method. The different farming methods have the different levels impacts on the

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  • Food Defense

    [pic] FOOD SAFETY / FOOD DEFENSE RESPONSE PLAN September 2006 This document was prepared by Kenadine Johnson and staff Montana Office of Public Instruction Helena, Montana FOOD SAFETY/FOOD DEFENSE RESPONSE PLAN TABLE OF CONTENTS ACRONYMS----------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-3 RESOURCES----------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 A listing of links and papers we used to help compile this document.

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    Family : __________ 5. Monthly Income : Less than 10,000 10,000 - 25,000 25,001 and above 6. Age : _________________ 7. Sex : Male Female 8. Marital Status : Married Single Any Other 9. Do you buy branded food items and medicines? Yes No 10. Do you examine the expiry date of the items you buy? Yes No 11. (a) Do you check the MRP (Maximum Retail Price) before buying a product? Yes No (b) Are you charged the MRP or more than/less

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    Have you ever thought about why foods taste different? It's really quite amazing. Your tongue and the roof of your mouth are covered with thousands of tiny taste buds. When you eat something, the saliva in your mouth helps break down your food. This causes the receptor cells located in your tastes buds to send messages through sensory nerves to your brain. Your brain then tells you what flavors you are tasting. |[pic] | Taste buds probably play the

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    Strengths: • Zenith Pet Foods, Inc. delivers high quality dog food • Freshness is a unique selling point within the dog food market • Zenith has a history of blue ribbon winners Weakness: • The high proposed costs could stretch promotional budget • Not a familiar product • Consumers must go to the freezer section to purchase • Can only be sold in stores equipped to sell frozen products • Zenith has no experience selling to the household market • Kept frozen to maintain freshness Opportunities:

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  • Market Failure: Food Adulteration in Bangladesh

    Failure * Adulteration in Food Industry Submitted to: Mr. Sheikh Morshed Jahan Associate Professor Course Instructor - Bangladesh Studies Submitted by: Samia Khan (RQ 16) Adel Mostaque Ahmed (ZR 22) Ahnaf Zabee (ZR 35) Rituraj Baidya (ZR 56) Institute of Business Administration University of Dhaka April 9, 2012 Table of Contents Market failure 3 Food adulteration in Bangladesh 3 Mouthwatering looks: 4 Endurance: 4 Examples of food adulteration 5 The consequences:

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    rtyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm Food &Beverage Operations Management Assignment 3/25/2013 Submitted by : Rodica Lenuta Moga, id no 20981 Submitted to : Dr.Sam Hazra | Table of Contents Introduction 2 LO1.Understand different food and beverage production and service systems: 2 1.1 Discuss the characteristics of food production and food &beverage service systems (P1) 2 1.2 Discuss factors affecting recipes and menus for

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    національний університет імені Юрія Федьковича факультет іноземних мов кафедра англійської мови Курсова робота (проект) з ________________англійської мови__________________ (назва дисципліни) на тему: Термінологічна система «foods» в англійській мові Студента(ки)_II__курсу групи__205__ напрям підготовки___0305______ філологія 6.020303 Англійська мова та література Гуцул Юлія Миколаївна

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    ~Reference~CHOICE – The peoples’ Watchdog, Food Miles – Why Eat Local? 2008, 1-4 (links), online, http://www.choice.com.au/reviews-and-tests/food-and-health/labelling-and-advertising/sustainability/food-miles.aspx | ~Summary~ | ~Analysis~ | A basket of groceries from a supermarket is equivalent to two trips around the world. The term “food miles” simply means the measure of the distance the food travels from production to consumption. CHOICE advocates are calling for localised eating to counter

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  • Effect of Food Adulteration on Community Health

    Effect of Food Adulteration on Community Health Health is wealth. People need to be cautious to keep their health well. We are required to take balanced diet and take regular exercise. We also have to maintain the standard of food. Now-a-days foods are being adulterated by mixing inferior but toxic and poisonous chemicals in it. It may also be done by removing some valuable substances from it. Food adulteration is done to degrade the quality and to increase the quantity for maximizing the profit

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  • Food Adulteration

    Food Adulteration Food is the basic necessity of life. It should be pure, nutritious and free from any type of adulteration for proper maintenance of human health. One works hard and earns to satisfy one’s hunger. But at the end of the day, we are not sure of what we are eating. We might be eating a dangerous dye, sawdust, industrial starch or other contaminated foods which are a major source of diseases. And thus,we invite diseases rather than good health. Food adulteration is basically lowering

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    Phoenix McDonalds and Burger King remain two of the most popular fast food restaurant choices for those who are looking for food on the fly. Both of these establishments serve a variety of hot sandwiches, fries, and sodas as well as offering some healthy alternatives, such as salads and fruit. However, whether you call it a Whopper or a Big Mac, the components make it a hamburger, that most American of American fast foods. So, In order to choose between them, one must look deeper than the menu

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  • Food Adulteration

    Algae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Page 1 of 13 Algae From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Algae (/ˈældʒiː/ or /ˈælɡiː/; singular alga /ˈælɡə/, Latin for "seaweed") are a very large and diverse group of eukaryotic organisms, ranging from unicellular genera such as Chlorella and the diatoms to multicellular forms such as the giant kelp, a large brown alga that may grow up to 50 meters in length. Most are autotrophic and lack many of the distinct cell and tissue types found in land

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  • Food Adulteration

    BTV vs CHANNEL I BTV is the first state owned television network in Bangladesh but Channel i is the first private television network in Bangladesh. BTV is the first channel that without any dish connection everybody can see this channel but without dish nobody can see Channel i. The picture quality of BTV is so poor, but the picture quality of Channel i is so much better than BTV. There are also some differences by broadcasting these two channels. BTV telecasts various program comprising drama

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  • Food

    HAPTER 1 Weclome to the book. S ECTION 1 Introduction ! Whats up mother fuckers? Welcome to the EAT LIKE SHIT COOKBOOK I’ve put together a fuck ton of shitty recipes...some new...some old...even a few healthy choices for you gym nazis and health food hardo’s. This isn't your typical Rachael fuckin’ Ray cookbook, this shit is way more legit. It’s so legit that a lot of the recipes don't even have measurements. Thats because the recipes suck and I want YOU to be your own Vulgar Chef. You call the

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  • Adulteration

    An adulterant is a substance found within other substances (e.g. food, beverages, fuels), although not allowed for legal or other reasons. The addition of adulterants is called adulteration. An adulterant is distinct from, for example, permitted food additives. There can be a fine line between adulterant and additive; chicory may be added to coffee to reduce the cost—this is adulteration if not declared, but may be stated on the label. The term "contamination" is usually used for the inclusion of

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    A single ecosystem holds all the food chain and this is called a food web. Every living creature in the ecosystem is a component of multiplex food chains. Every food chain is a possible pathway that nutrients, and energy could take on while they travel throughout an ecosystem. Each and every one of the overlapping, and organized food chains in the same ecosystem create a food web. "A food web is a graphical description of feeding relationships among species in an ecological community, that is, of

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    the united states and around the world. Many people ask what is nutrition education? Nutrition education is “any combination of educational strategies, accompanied by environmental supports, designed to facilitate voluntary adoption of food choices and other food- and nutrition-related behaviors conducive to health and well-being” (Wikipedia). Many people state that the federal government should not have a role in nutrition education and there are those who are for it. Most believe the government

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  • Food

    Food is the basic necessity of life. It should be pure, nutritious and free from any type of adulteration for proper maintenance of human health. One works hard and earns to satisfy one’s hunger. But at the end of the day, we are not sure of what we are eating. We might be eating a dangerous dye, sawdust, industrial starch or other contaminated foods which are a major source of diseases. And thus,we invite diseases rather than good health. Food adulteration is basically lowering the quality of food

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  • Food Adulteration

    Introduction: Food adulteration is a growing problem in Bangladesh as large numbers of consumers have become victims of consuming adulterated foods. This problem is becoming acute day by day. It is becoming essential to find out the reasons of food adulteration and how to solve this problem. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has estimated that 45 million people in Bangladesh suffer from food poisoning or some kind of food-borne diseases round the year. Adulteration of food with toxic chemicals

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  • Food Adulteration

    Md.Ruhul Amin Vill: Tayubpur, P.O.: Zirabo, Upzilla: Savar, Dist:Dhaka, Bangladesh. Mobile: +88-01706010670 E-mail: Alimruhu_l@yahoo.com Career Objective To gain an entry-level position in a marketing department or to obtain an entry-level position where I can use my excellent customer service and communication skills. Academic Qualification Bachelor of Business Administration * University Name: International University of Business Agriculture & Technology

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  • Food Safety and Public Health

    FOOD SAFETY AND POLICY PROF. SHAH MONIR HOSSAIN SENIOR NATIONAL ADVISOR ,FAO Food safety situation in Bangladesh WHAT IS OUR CONCERN 1. FOOD ADULTERATION 2. NATURALLY OCCURING TOXINS 3. PESTICIDE RESIDUES 4. MYCOTOXINS 5. MICROBIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION 6. VETERINARY DRUG RESIDUES 7. HEAVY METALS Burden on public health • Diarrhoea – 3 million cases reported (DGHS; 2005-09) – Responsible for 15% of mortality in children under 5 years (2011) • Long term health effects – Renal failure

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  • Food Test

    Eating habits have been changing rapidly in modern India. While traditionally, Indian families used to cook food at home with healthy ingredients and knew what went into the meal, in modern times, with rising incomes and affluence, more and more people are moving away to readymade fast foods and eating regularly at restaurants. The food in many of these outlets is cooked with poor quality ingredients to attract and satisfy the palate rather than provide a wholesome nutritional meal. We now have

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  • Food

    Food Since the beginning of time man’s ability to provide food, fiber and fuel for himself and his companions has determined his independence, freedom, and security. No matter what history book you believe in this statement will stand true. It is a testament that no matter how much one might want something more, it is not a necessity. But things have changed drastically for the present human being. People have forgotten what it means to consume to live, and have turned to consume for a lifestyle

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  • Effect of Food Adulteration

    Eating habits have been changing rapidly in modern India. While traditionally, Indian families used to cook food at home with healthy ingredients and knew what went into the meal, in modern times, with rising incomes and affluence, more and more people are moving away to readymade fast foods and eating regularly at restaurants. The food in many of these outlets is cooked with poor quality ingredients to attract and satisfy the palate rather than provide a wholesome nutritional meal. We now have

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  • Food

    The Solution to FDA Oversight Food is an essential part of everyone’s life. Therefore, there is a huge food industry that is intertwined with everyone’s life. People may not realize our relationship with food is actually quite convoluted and corrupt. This convolution and corruption are derived from food manufacturers using harmful chemicals and additives in food that could be harmful towards those who consume products containing these harmful substances. Alvin and Virginia Silverstein, authors

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    learning about food. Where our food comes from, advertising about food, how people need to buy local instead of fast food, and how we need to focus on producing more food rather than importing perfect types of food. In the next few paragraphs I will talk about all these subjects and what we can do to fix them. One thing i think we should do is make people aware about what is in our food and make people aware at a younger age. If people are exposed to the products people put into food when we are

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  • Foods

    Foods assignment 1. Pasta a) Pasta started off in china and was made with rice, and then Marco Polo took the pasta to Italy. Italy began to use wheat to make the pasta. b) Pasta is made from dough of durum wheat flour with water. It is then cooked and served with a number of dishes. c) 1. Fusilli 2. Little knees 3. Little noodles 4. Little tubes 5. Tagliatelle 6. Snails 7. Twists 8. Shells 9. Children's 10. Spaghetti d) Spaghetti with sausage, Pasta Puttanesca

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  • Food Adaltration

    Effect of Food Adulteration on Community Health Health is wealth. People need to be cautious to keep their health well. We are required to take balanced diet and take regular exercise. We also have to maintain the standard of food. Now-a-days foods are being adulterated by mixing inferior but toxic and poisonous chemicals in it. It may also be done by removing some valuable substances from it. Food adulteration is done to degrade the quality and to increase the quantity for maximizing the profit

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    Abstract This study aims to determine if Haram foods actually affect the health of Muslims WHETHER GOOD OR BAD. THE RESEARCH PAPER examined DIFFERENT KINDS OF HARAM AND HALAL FOODS AND THE DISADVANTAGES OF NOT ACQUIRING HARAM FOOD like not getting a certain nutrient from a Haram food. The researcher's hypothesis is that there are positive and negative effects of haram foods to the Muslims, IT MIGHT BE REGARDING HEALTH OR THE DIET OF THE MUSLIMS. The research paper will also show what the Muslims

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    puri filled with black chick peas and potatoes and mint sauce seasoned with spices. The combination of tangy, sour, and sweet taste of this food is what makes it one of my most favorite food in the world. When I was little, I used to eat pani puris at least once every week. Every time I hear someone mention pani puri, I get water in my mouth. Pani puri is a food that can be eaten at any time of the day- for lunch, as a snack or even for dinner. Pani puri is easily available; anyone can eat it and it

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  • Foods

    food journal University of Phoenix Material Food Journal Complete the following table as a food journal for Weeks 2-5 of SCI/220. Use food labels or the Internet to search for the calories in each food item and for the calories burned during physical activity. Total the calories and calories burned for each day. Submit these journals to the facilitator. |Day |Food and beverages consumed throughout the day |Calories of each item |Physical activity for the day

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  • Effect of Food Adulteration on Human Health

    standard of food. Now-a-days foods are being adulterated by mixing inferior but toxic and poisonous chemicals in it. It may also be done by removing some valuable substances from it. Food adulteration is done to degrade the quality and to increase the quantity for maximizing the profit. Every day we watch in the TV news how the unhygienic and spurious foods are entering into our houses. Adulteration of foods has many effects on individuals as well as on the community health. Description: Food adulteration

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    Dealing with food adulteration problem Muhammad Mustafa Posted: 28 Mar, 2015 00:00:00 Source : http://www.thefinancialexpress-bd.com/2015/03/28/86548 The adulteration or contamination of food is an alarming problem in Bangladesh. It affects the life of each and every person irrespective of gender, age or economic status. It poses serious threat to the development of the growing children – even when a child is still in the womb of the mother. The number of disabled and autistic children in the country

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  • Dr.Whitaker and Food

    Harvey Wiley, Theodore Roosevelt, and the Federal Regulation of Food and Drugs By Anthony Gaughan Food and Drug Law Mr. Peter Barton Hutt Harvard Law School Winter 2004 Introduction In 1906 Congress passed two landmark pieces of legislation: the Pure Food and Drug Act and the Meat Inspection Act. The acts emerged from the reformist ethos of the Progressive Era, a time when the federal government took on a new and much more active role in the everyday lives of ordinary Americans. Of all the

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  • Adulteration

    The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has been established under Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006 which consolidates various acts & orders that have hitherto handled food related issues in various Ministries and Departments. FSSAI has been created for laying down science based standards for articles of food and to regulate their manufacture, storage, distribution, sale and import to ensure availability of safe and wholesome food for human consumption. A substance added

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  • Food

    Food Food is any substance[1] consumed to provide nutritional support for the body. It is usually of plant or animal origin, and contains essentialnutrients, such as fats, proteins, vitamins, or minerals. The substance is ingested by an organism and assimilated by the organism's cellsto provide energy, maintain life, or stimulate growth. Historically, people secured food through two methods: hunting and gathering and agriculture. Today, the majority of the food energyrequired by the ever increasing population

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    Vittor Jardim Freshman Composition 10/06/2015 Dr. Jessica Martell Food for everyone or quality food for almost all of them? Paarlberg and Salatin have very different stand of view about food production. Paarlberg defends that we should expand the production way to poor countries, in the other hand Salatin defend an organic production and that way bring a healthy life for people not just feed them. In my opinion a lot of people starve nowadays and die because they do not have what to eat it

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    JOSEPHINE A. BEOKU-BETTS in her article mentions how kitchen related tasks, such a as food preparations and cooking are considered women central activities and are seen a a woman’s “natural role”. In her article she mainly talks about the people of the Gullah community belonging to Sea Islands and neighbouring mainland regions in Georgia and South Carolina. She mentions how each task in the preparation of food in this community is gender specified. While all women and men are aquatinted with hunting

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    Chinese Food China boasts one of the world’s greatest cuisines. Chinese food is famous all over the world, but you may be shocked by its surprising range and variety of ingredients if you’ve only eaten in Chinese restaurants abroad. Chinese cuisine has countless delicious and fantastic dishes. China is rich in tourist attractions. Delicious foods are an attraction indispensable in a good tour. With a long history, unique features, numerous styles and exquisite cooking, Chinese cuisine is one important

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    of Indian Industry in the food Sector is a must. Our Government will encourage public- private participation as a catalyst towards achieving Self reliance…… …... An integrated approach to building a broad base of Scientific talent, production capabilities and a long term vision are the key elements to success“. Hon’ble Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh 26 May 2010 WILL INDIA BE ABLE TO ACHIEVE SELF SUFFICIENCY IN FOOD FOR ITS GROWING POPULATION

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    Kraft Foods Inc. is the largest food and beverage company with headquarters in the United States, second in size only (worldwide) to Nestlé SA. Kraft markets many food brands in more than 155 countries. The company's core businesses are in cheese and dairy, snack foods and confectionary, beverage and convenience foods Cheese and Dairy Products One of Kraft's major dairy brands is the Breakstone's line. Breakstone's main products are cottage cheese and sour cream. Kraft produces dozens of varieties

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    Food Ethic Essay by *encyclopediaMurphy Food Ethic Food remains one of the most important resources in our daily life, and where it's grown, processed, and sold all take part in our daily lives. More controversy unfolds every year with the development of genetically modified organisms (GMO) and the ethical treatment of animals. But that's only scratching the surface of the food system. Climate change, fuel prices, and the economy are all indirectly effected by the agriculture business.

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    How To Avoid Junk Food Consumption By Jared Lee Ads by Google Healthy Eating www.xo.gr Ποτέ δεν ήταν τόσο εύκολο να βρεις αυτό που ψάχνεις: Χρυσός Οδηγός! Leptin Slimming Green Tea www.green-coffee-800.com Weight Management Green Tea Offers for retail and wholesale Νέο Κινητό Nokia www.nokia.com Όλα τα στοιχεία για το προηγμένο Nokia Smartphone. Ενημερώσου εδώ! Companies like McDonald, Pizza Hut and Dominos earn million of dollars by selling food items that are widely considered in the medical

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    restaurant, named Johnny’s Lunch, became a huge success and a local institution. Johnny’s Lunch offers good food, low prices, top-notch service, and a unique store atmosphere, featuring Johnny’s hot dogs, burgers, fries, onion rings, and shakes, as well as less common options like homemade rice pudding. The restaurant now wants to grow into a national QSR (quick-service restaurant, or fast food) leader similar to McDonald’s. The company is currently led by two of Colera’s grandchildren, Anthony and

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  • Food Adulteration

    Effect of food adulteration on the health of people Abstract of the report: Introduction to Food Adulteration: Adulteration – is a term legally used to define any kind of food product that does not meet the standards set by the centre or the state. The Prevention of Food Adulteration Act states that any substance that may be used for adulteration can be called as an adulterant. • Adulteration could mean any of the below: • Substitution with a cheaper or inferior quality substance – in

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