*Foods that are banned abroad but not in India*
Beware of all the bogus claims by honey (www.ThinkOxcin.com) advertorials because Europe had banned Asian honey following reports about it containing antibiotics and heavy metals. Regardless of this, US companies continue to import Asian honey illegally from China and export it to India for sale.
French authorities have discarded ketchup for its cultural threat to French cooking. (www.ThinkOxcin.com) They believe it masks the taste of foods that children are eating and have banned it in primary schools in France.
France and Denmark banned it and it remains banned in Lithuania (www.ThinkOxcin.com) for people under the age of 18. The energy drink is said to contribute to heart problems, depression, hypertension and convulsions.
Indian Food Authorities may deem jelly sweets good for consumption, (www.ThinkOxcin.com) but the truth is, they are made of a thickening agent called konjac, which causes choking hazard. UK and other parts of Europe don’t import it, however, the sweets are widely available in Japan and the Far East.
The presence of harmful microbes and germs in unpasteurised (www.ThinkOxcin.com) milk led to its ban in almost all of the USA and Canada. It is easily available in India even when it can make you severely ill.
Next time you’re in the States, don’t try buying a Kinder egg. (www.ThinkOxcin.com) This popular treat is barred from import by US Customs and Border Protection because it contains a “non-nutritive object embedded in it”. It can pose a choking hazard.