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Karnataka Milk Federation plans to change the packaging of its products

The Karnataka Milk Federation (KMF) plans to modify the packaging of its Nandini ghee and introduce product monitoring technology. The action comes after being discovered in numerous districts for making and distributing contaminated ghee. In Jayanagar, Srinagar, Hoskote, and Makali, fake ghee was discovered in retail stores. The majority of the items had arrived from Mysore.

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A well-organized band packaged and marketed fake ghee in Nandini packages, which contained edible and vegetable oil as well as unknown animal fats. During one of the surprise raids, officials from the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) seized samples and submitted them for testing. Soon, the ghee’s packaging and name will be modified. The new package has a completely different look and can’t be changed. It was formerly known as “Nandini” pure ghee, but it will now be referred to as “Nandini Good Life” cow ghee.

How to check the purity of ghee

Racketeers often mix articles such as vanaspati, vegetable oil, and fats to increase the quantity of ghee. If ghee stays on the palm and does not flow, it is fake. Customers should be wary of retailers selling Nandini ghee at prices lower than MRP. If the ghee has settled at the bottom or is in solid form in the packet, it’s better to avoid it.

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