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Kodagu: FSSAI Officials Warns Against Consuming Eastern Coriander Powder

Coriander Powder

Kodagu: The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) officials of the district issued a public warning against the consumption of Eastern Coriander Powder produced on April 8, 2024. The product, identified with batch number K24D08A and sold in 250g packs, was found to contain health-damaging ingredients during a routine inspection by food safety officials in Kodagu district.


The FSSAI officers in a release has stated the product unsafe and advised consumers to refrain from consuming it. The authority has urged retailers in Kodagu to immediately remove the affected batch (K24D08A, Exp. 07/04/2025) from their shelves and stop selling it. Consumers who have already purchased the coriander powder are instructed to return it to the store from where it was bought.

The officials said that they sent product marketed in Virajpete and sent them for NABL laboratory for testing and it was found that the powder is not safe for consumption, the officials said in a press release.

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