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Bangladesh: Adulterated Muri or Puffed Rice

Muri or puffed rice is a staple in Bangladesh. Rehan on food adulteration. “I am surprised that not much has been done in educating the consumers so a market for adulterated Muri or in that regard any other adulterated food items don’t exist in the first place. As for me, I was never aware of adulterated Muri but after watching the show I made sure the Muri I bought the other day for Iftar didn’t look superficially white, fluffy and had small pores.”

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