Uttar Pradesh: In its yet another tests, the Food and Drugs administration department of the Uttar Pradesh has found Detergent in one of the two milk samples taken from the stocks belonging to the Mother Diary, one of the officials of the Food and Drugs administration department said today.
Ram Naresh Yadav, a FDA official said “We have found Detergent in one of the two samples collected from the Mother Diary stores in Delhi. The quality of the milk was sub-standard”. The samples were first collected in November 2014 sent to the Lucknow and later to the Kolkata for testing, on the demands of the Company.
However, Mother Diary has denied any allegations against its products. It reiterated that the company follows strict standards in the quality of the milk they deliver to the customers.
” Mother Diary’s milk undergoes four different tests as per the Food standards regulations. We check the quality of the milk right from processing till the milk packets are delivered to the markets There is no scope for any unhygienic intruders into the milk” said Mr.Sandeep Ghosh the Head of the Milk, fruits and Vegetables department at the Mother Diary.
Mr.Sandeep also added that the Milk they collect from the Farmers will undergo complete 23 different types of tests, before being marketed. He further added that they will immediately reject the tanker of milk if they found any presence of Urea, oil, detergent etc., The Huffingtonpost reports.
The Mothers diary organization is a complete self-owned company of the National Diary Development Board.