Dabur, Patanjali question study on honey sold in domestic mkt

Dabur, Patanjali question study on honey sold in domestic mkt

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Dabur and Patanjali on Wednesday questioned environment watchdog CSE's claims that honey sold by them are adulterated with sugar syrup, saying that it seems to be motivated and aimed at maligning their brands.

They also insisted that honey sold by them are collected naturally from Indian sources, and packed with no-added sugar or other adulterants.

Moreover, norms and parameters laid down by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) for testing honey are fully adhered to, according to the companies.

"The recent reports seem motivated and aimed at maligning our brand.

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