5 Foods That Are Consumed In India But Banned Abroad

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"5 Foods That Are Consumed In India But Banned Abroad"

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"Slide 1: Welcome to our web story on 5 foods that are consumed in India but banned abroad. Get ready to be surprised!"

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"Slide 2: Starting off with our first food, betel nuts. These are commonly chewed in India but are banned in many countries due to their addictive and harmful effects."

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"Slide 3: Moving on to our second food, Maggi noodles. This popular snack was banned in several countries due to high levels of lead and MSG. However, it has now been cleared for consumption."

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"Slide 4: Next up, we have the famous street food, golgappas. These crispy and tangy snacks are banned in many countries due to hygiene concerns and the use of contaminated water."

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"Slide 5: Our fourth food is the beloved paan. This mouth freshener is banned in many countries due to its harmful effects on oral health and the environment."

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"Slide 6: Last but not least, we have the widely consumed soft drink, Thums Up. This drink contains high levels of caffeine and is banned in many countries due to its potential health risks."

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"Slide 7: So why are these foods banned abroad? It's because they do not meet the safety and health standards set by other countries."

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"Slide 8: While these foods may be a part of our culture and tradition, it's important to be aware of their potential risks and make informed choices."

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"Slide 9: That brings us to the end of our web story. We hope you found it informative and eye-opening. Remember, what may be acceptable in one country may not be in another. Thank you for reading!"