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No tests were done on soft drinks: NTH

Contrary to health ministry statement, it appears entity named as having tested soft drink brands for toxins, and found indications, had not done so

Shine Jacob & Veena Mani  |  New Delhi 

Was any test conducted at the National Test House in Kolkata, which stated that cold drinks produced by PepsiCo and Coca-Cola contained toxins? And, was the ministry of health wrongly told the Lok Sabha  that the test results found harmful substances in five carbonated soft drink products? The question arose at the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday, after the PET Containers Manufacturers Association (PCMA) produced a reply got though the Right to Information law (RTI) from the National Test House (NTH), wherein the latter stated it had not conducted a test on ...

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No tests were done on soft drinks: NTH

Contrary to health ministry statement, it appears entity named as having tested soft drink brands for toxins, and found indications, had not done so

Contrary to health ministry statement, it appears entity named as having tested soft drink brands for toxins, and found indications, had not done so Was any test conducted at the National Test House in Kolkata, which stated that cold drinks produced by PepsiCo and Coca-Cola contained toxins? And, was the ministry of health wrongly told the Lok Sabha  that the test results found harmful substances in five carbonated soft drink products? The question arose at the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday, after the PET Containers Manufacturers Association (PCMA) produced a reply got though the Right to Information law (RTI) from the National Test House (NTH), wherein the latter stated it had not conducted a test on ... image
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No tests were done on soft drinks: NTH

Contrary to health ministry statement, it appears entity named as having tested soft drink brands for toxins, and found indications, had not done so

Was any test conducted at the National Test House in Kolkata, which stated that cold drinks produced by PepsiCo and Coca-Cola contained toxins? And, was the ministry of health wrongly told the Lok Sabha  that the test results found harmful substances in five carbonated soft drink products? The question arose at the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday, after the PET Containers Manufacturers Association (PCMA) produced a reply got though the Right to Information law (RTI) from the National Test House (NTH), wherein the latter stated it had not conducted a test on ...

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