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India's old bottled new wine is harmful to health

so it also greatly reduces the cost expenditure. The Indian wine industry recycles old wine packaging bottles, which seriously threatens people's health. To this end, the western Bangladesh Small Enterprise Development Bureau (wbsidc), the Indian Industry Alliance (CII) and the joint organization of city doctors strongly appeal to the government to legislate to prohibit the recycling of old bottled new wine, which improves the safety and comfort, but the latter ignores it

it is reported that the number of old bottles used for Indian foreign wine (imfl) and domestic wine is much higher than that of new bottles. The main reason is that the cost of a new bottle is RS, while an old bottle only needs paise (1 rupee =100 PAIs)

according to insiders, the annual packaging of domestic wine in western Bangladesh is 13million boxes (usually 12 or 24 bottles per box), and the printing of foreign wine (including wine, whisky, wine, rum, vodka, gin and brandy) is 4.2 million boxes, "95% of the domestic wine packaging bottles are old bottles, foreign wine is slightly better, and 30% are second-hand bottles, because the printing of domestic wine consumption group is far better than the foreign wine group."

most of the old wine bottles that are recycled are picked up from the garbage, and fungi breed in them, which have been seriously polluted. Moreover, after drinking alcohol, many residents use it to store other items and finally discard them. The recycled old bottles are generally concentrated in kestop, which are mostly discarded near ur canal, narkeldanga and manicktala, and then used to contain new wine

Dr. abirlal Mukherji said: "the use of contaminated old bottled new wine can lead to a variety of diseases, such as gastroenteritis, hepatitis B and C, and even induce fatal allergic reactions. Although we have repeatedly asked government departments to prohibit the use of old bottled new wine in the brewing industry, this problem has not been solved."

reprinted from: Chinese wine information

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