Indias exposure to food safety scandals: water for train toilets and sale of tea drinks

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 Indias exposure to food safety scandals: water for train toilets and sale of tea drinks


Overseas network May 4, according to the British Guardian reported in May 3rd, the use of water for the use of train toilets to make drinks sold, India Jose Conrad Bud a tea supplier was arrested recently. This is another food safety problem in India after Calcuttas rotten meat scandal. The tea seller and his two accomplices were photographed when they pulled out a large pot containing tea and coffee from the toilet, the report said. After the video was widely shared, the police arrested three people involved. The India Railway Department said the incident had been investigated and the tea supplier was fined 1100 pounds (9477 yuan). Food poisoning is one of the most common diseases in India, according to data released by the government of India. 16% of the major diseases reported last year were caused by food poisoning. Recently, a series of events in India have also attracted much attention to food safety issues. Earlier in Calcutta, local police cracked a case of carrion sale. The authorities seized about 20 tons of rotten meat, and police suspect that a large quantity of carrion was sold to City restaurants. The meat supplier, Tashi Ali, said that because of this, the demand for meat in restaurants decreased by 50%. Source: overseas web editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 The tea seller and his two accomplices were photographed when they pulled out a large pot containing tea and coffee from the toilet, the report said. After the video was widely shared, the police arrested three people involved. The India Railway Department said the incident had been investigated and the tea supplier was fined 1100 pounds (9477 yuan). Food poisoning is one of the most common diseases in India, according to data released by the government of India. 16% of the major diseases reported last year were caused by food poisoning. Recently, a series of events in India have also attracted much attention to food safety issues. Earlier in Calcutta, local police cracked a case of carrion sale. The authorities seized about 20 tons of rotten meat, and police suspect that a large quantity of carrion was sold to City restaurants. The meat supplier, Tashi Ali, said that because of this, the demand for meat in restaurants decreased by 50%.