Adulterated


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Adulterated

adjective Referring to a drug or device which: contains decomposed or putrid material; has been produced, prepared, packed or held under unsanitary conditions, and/or not in accordance with good manufacturing practice; contains an unsafe colour additive; has a strength and/or quality or purity which differs from that recognised by an official compendium; and is mixed or packed with another substance that reduces its quality or strength.
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She said around 900 kg substandard and unhygienic non-food grade colour, artificial sugar (sweetness-mathas) and other adulterated products were seized.
The officials of District Food Authority were showing criminal negligence in this regard and did not take any notice so far against adulterated food mafia manufacturers.
Each type has a different colour, and we cannot say they are adulterated because of their brown, white, light or extra light amber colours," he explained.
If oil companies are proven to have adulterated petroleum products, penalties will be imposed on them in accordance with the provisions of the Retail Rules and Biofuels Law.
None of the raw herb samples were adulterated with dyes; the latter were only found in extracts and finished products.
The Department of Justice will continue to work aggressively to protect consumers from adulterated food and enforce our nations food safety laws.
However, there are increasing number of incidents reported of adulterated or polluted gasoline [2].
Very often food is adulterated by merchants who want to make a quick gain.
1865 prohibits the adulteration of refined petroleum products and possession of adulterated refined petroleum products for the purpose of sale, distribution, transportation, exchange or barter.
The Chief Minister while issuing instructions from London today, said that concerned institutions should take vigorous action against the sale of Haram, dead and unhygienic meat as well as adulterated items and the elements involved in this evil business should be behind the bars.
Though food laws that exist are comparable to international ones, there is very little activity on ground to monitor or detect adulterated foods in the market or punish the guilty.
The ministry confiscated more than 2,000 bags of the adulterated rice before it could reach the market.