Punjab Meals Authority (PFA) has sealed a manufacturing unit that was producing faux carbonated drinks of various fashionable manufacturers. Throughout a raid in Korol Pind on Sunday, the authority discarded 2,026 liters of spurious drinks.
Performing on a tip-off, the meals security crew, beneath the supervision of its Director-Normal Irfan Memon, performed a raid and caught the culprits red-handed. PFA confiscated 10,000 faux bottle lids, 620 empty bottles, six fuel cylinders, filling machine, mixing machine, chemical substances, free colours and an enormous amount of faux labels.
Through the raid, PFA additionally disposed of 5,000 liters faux drinks base, 870 liters Coca Cola, 652 liters 7-Up, 285 liters Dew, 130 liters Mirinda and 89 liters Sprite. The authority has registered a case towards the accused on account of adulteration and forgery within the respective police station.
The director-general stated that faux drinks are being manufactured utilizing synthetic sweeteners, saccharine, chemical substances, free colours and contaminated faucet water.