Junk food ads fea­tur­ing celebri­ties are mis­lead­ing par­ents in the name of healthy in­gre­di­ents. Would the ac­tors feed th­ese prod­ucts to their own chil­dren?

Down to Earth - - ON THE WEB - DOWN TO EARTH

I doubt if Mad­huri Dixit will serve Maggi to her chil­dren for break­fast. Film ac­tors need to be care­ful with the trust they have earned. I thank Down To Earth for bring­ing this up.

DHRUVI SHAH Mad­huri Dixit will never give Maggi to her chil­dren. Celebri­ties are only con­cerned about money. They should be held ac­count­able for the prod­ucts they en­dorse.

PRANAY KUMAR Read the in­gre­di­ents of common foods such as bis­cuits. Most are made from un­healthy in­gre­di­ents and con­tain harm­ful chem­i­cals to in­crease their shelf life. Man­u­fac­tur­ers don't care if this is at the cost of peo­ple's health.

MAYANK PRAKASH Celebri­ties who en­dorse var­i­ous brands need to have a conscience and should de­sist from en­dors­ing harm­ful prod­ucts.


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