Net weight | Mark­ing | Pack­ag­ing

Consumer Voice - - Mixed-Fruit Jam -

Net weight: The weight of the jam was mea­sured and com­pared with the de­clared val­ues on their pack­ag­ing. All the 13 brands of jams tested had de­clared their net weight as 480/500/700 gm. When we weighed them un­der lab­o­ra­tory con­di­tions, we found that most of them ac­tu­ally weighed more than the quan­tity de­clared on the la­bel. Safal and Crem­ica had slightly less weight than the de­clared value but were well within the limit. Mark­ing: Each packet of milk should be marked/la­belled with th­ese par­tic­u­lars: a) Name of the prod­uct with the brand name,

if any


c) Net con­tent in grams

d) Month and year of man­u­fac­ture




h) Best be­fore (month/year)



k) MRP


In­di­ca­tion of the source of man­u­fac­ture

Batch or code num­ber, if any

List of in­gre­di­ents in de­scend­ing or­der

List of ad­di­tives, if used

Man­u­fac­tur­ing li­cense num­ber; Other mark­ing as re­quired un­der Legal Metrol­ogy (Pack­aged Com­modi­ties) Rules, 2011

‘Green dot’ to de­note veg­e­tar­ian food All brands pro­vided all re­quired in­for­ma­tion on their pack. Pack­ag­ing: The prod­uct shall be packed ei­ther in glass bot­tles or in her­met­i­cally sealed, san­i­tized cans made from tin­plates that are in­side lac­quered or in food-grade plas­tic con­tain­ers or asep­tic packages, prefer­ably hav­ing tam­per­proof pro­vi­sion.

All the 13 brands we tested were in glass bot­tles.

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