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MRTPC to examine Nescafe sachets

04-November-2000
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MRTPC to examine Nescafe sachets

The MRTPC has directed Consumer Education and Research Society (CERS) to produce 10 sachets of 50 gms Nescafe Select instant coffee of various manufacturing dates before Commission at the next hearing of the case. The Commission will then get the samples tested. CERS, an Ahmedabad-based registered consumer association, had filed a complaint to MRTPC against Nestle India Ltd., alleging that the company was indulging in unfair trade practice (UTP). It alleged that the 50 gm individual packs of Nescafe Select was containing less than the mentioned quantity by weight.

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