In India, rusk biscuits—also referred to as “toast” or “pappe”—are a favorite treat. This biscuit, which tastes and feels unique, is frequently served with tea. Ever pondered the manufacturing process of rusk? Recently, a video that provides behind-the-scenes insights of the process has gone viral on the internet. Sadly, it appears that sanitary regulations were not followed by this specific facility. People are now quite worried about what goes into their favorite rusk on the internet as a result.
In India, rusk biscuits, commonly referred to as “toast” or “pappe,” are a favorite snack. This biscuit has a unique flavour and texture and is often served with tea. Ever wonder what goes into making rusk? A recent film that offers behind-the-scenes peeks at the procedure has gone viral online. Sadly, it doesn’t appear that hygienic procedures have been followed by this specific factory. Consequently, the ingredients in their favorite rusk have left many worried on the internet.
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On other platforms, the video has become widely popular. People on social media are upset about the poor cleanliness. After watching the video, some people felt as though they should stop eating outside. Others have said that all other worries would be offset by the heat. See a few of the responses down below.
Before this, a video showing the making of the famous sweet petha grabbed many eyeballs online. In this case, too, people claimed to have lost their appetite as well as fondness for the delicacy after watching.