We all know that the adulteration or contamination of food ingredients is everywhere in India.
The grain, oils, masalas, dals, milk, and almost everything we buy has a problem. Most have one or more of – excessive pesticide residue, unsafe coloring, contaminants, and adulterants.
We knew that goods meant for exports were better. That’s why the popularity of the term “export quality” in India. We understood and accepted that low-quality stuff was for us poor Indians, and the good quality stuff was for the foreigners.
It now appears that the exports are also threatened with the same problems we face! Check out this article in the Economic Times – https://prime.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/74483819/economy-and-policy/tested-but-not-ok-indian-food-exports-hit-quality-wall-heres-how-to-regain-the-lost-flavour