Dabur India Clears the Air on Ethylene Oxide Concerns

2024 • 3min • News • Business


Published On: May 03, 2024 - Dabur India addresses concerns over ethylene oxide, stating its masala portfolio remains unaffected in the domestic market, with products not sprayed with the substance. While international markets adhere to prescribed limits, recent bans on Indian spice blends in Singapore and Hong Kong have raised eyebrows. Dabur's Badshah brand remains unbanned, but scrutiny from the US FDA and Australian authorities intensifies. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has ordered a nationwide testing of the spices of all brands.