Vegetables adulteration

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A simple test to check if your green vegetables are adulterated

Checking for adulterated vegetables. Know more…

Friday, 27th August 2021


Green leafy vegetables are very beneficial to our health and well-being. But what if we tell you that the fresh vegetables you bought from the market may have been adulterated?

It is difficult to know whether the vegetables you buy from the market are fresh and pure. But be sure to find out, because adulterated vegetables can cause various health problems and have carcinogenic effects.

 

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Therefore, if you want to know how to detect the slightest signs of adulteration in your vegetables, then a simple technique provided by the Food Safety and Standards Agency of India (FSSAI) can be used to detect the adulteration of malachite green in vegetables.

 

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How to test if the vegetable is adulterated

  • Take a cotton ball and dip it in the soaked liquid paraffin.
  • Rub or rub on the green surface of the vegetables.
  • If there is no color change on the cotton, it means that the vegetables are not mixed with any impurities.
  • If the cotton turns green, it means the vegetables are mixed.

 

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What is malachite green?

Malachite green is a textile dye that has been widely used as antiprotozoal and antifungal drugs for fish. It is widely used in aquaculture as a pesticide for one or more purposes in the health and food textile industries. Controls fungal invasion, protozoan infections, and other worm diseases to a variety of fish and other aquatic organisms.

It is also used to make vegetables like bell peppers, peas and spinach look lush green.

 

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Why is it dangerous?

According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, the toxicity of dyes increases with exposure time, concentration, and temperature. May cause carcinogenesis, mutagenesis, chromosome breakage, teratogenicity, and respiratory toxicity. It can even cause damage to multiple organs.

 

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