Factory sealed for producing cheap copies of Coca Cola and other beverages by PFA

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Factory sealed for producing cheap copies of Coca Cola and other beverages by PFA

Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has fixed a plant that was creating counterfeit carbonated beverages of various famous brands. During an assault in Korol Pind on Sunday, the power disposed of 2,026 liters of deceptive beverages.

Following up on a tip-off, the sanitation group, under the supervision of its Director-General Irfan Memon, led an attack and caught the offenders in the act. PFA reallocated 10,000 phony jug covers, 620 void containers, six gas chambers, filling machine, blending machine, synthetic compounds, free hues and a tremendous number of phony names.

During the assault, PFA likewise discarded 5,000 liters counterfeit beverages base, 870 liters Coca Cola, 652 liters 7-Up, 285 liters Dew, 130 liters Mirinda and 89 liters Sprite. The authority has enrolled an argument against the blamed on represent debasement and fabrication in the individual police headquarters.

The executive general said that phony beverages are being produced utilizing counterfeit sugars, saccharine, synthetic substances, free hues and tainted faucet water.

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