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Kurkure Manufacture – Kurkure is Not Bad for Health

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After reading this post, you would definitely would know whether Kurkure is good for health or whether Kurkure is bad for health.

In my previous post , I have already discussed about the ingredients in Kurkure, which clearly indicated that there is no plastic in kurkure. Today, I shall talk about the process as to how Kurkure is manufactured using a safe and hygienic process.

Kurkure is manufactured in automated plants in three different locations in India mainly Channo (Punjab), Kolkata and Pune. All these 3 locations are audited and certified by various external agencies for its safety and safe manufacture process including the HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) certification given by TQCSI (Australia), which confirms that products at our plants are manufactured in Food safety environment. These automated plants are ISO 14000 certified which means that the process involved in manufacturing Kurkure in these locations are totally safe and is in co-ordination with environmental safety. Kurkure plants are also certifed by the OHSAS 18001-(Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series)- (USA) for the safety that is maintained at the product, process, environment and people level.

After the knowing about the plants where Kurkure is manufactured, we shall now know how Kurkure is actually produced. The process of manufacturing Kurkure involves blending of the raw material to deliver a homogenous mix. The raw materials used in this blending process is carefully scrutinized for its quality and if any of the raw materials does not meet the quality guidelines, it is not used in the process. There is not a single sign of plastic in this homogenous mix as it is made of edible ingredients (read my previous post for details regrading the “Kurkure Ingredients – Kurkure is a Healthy Snack”). Water is added further to this homogenous mix and then the extrusion of the mix. The mix is then fried to develop taste and texture and then application of consumer lovable flavor. The product obtained through the process is then packed in to the best packaging laminate to ensure delivery of quality Kurkure snack to the end consumer.

The post clearly reads out that the latest gimmick about Kurkure containing plastic is only wrong. The product is manufactured in a process so safe that the same process is used in the manufacture of baby foods.

To end with, my advice to all my readers is only this, Kurkure is good for health and the claims recently being made about its safety on humans, is only wrong. So people, enjoy munching your Kurkure as you did before!

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Written by pure007

September 1, 2008 at 12:08 pm

Eat Kurkure and Do Not Say No to Kurkure

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I am not with junk food much. But when it comes to Kurkure, it is different. There have been rumors all around these days regarding Kurkure. The rumor has gone to such an extent that people are telling their friends that “kurkure contains plastic“, “say no to kurkure“, “plastic in kurkure“, “kurkure harmful to health” some are even saying “don’t eat kurkure“. Is it really a reality or a marketing gimmick?

The truth is totally different from what is being pictured. Kurkure does not contain plastic. Yeah, you read it right, there is no plastic in Kurkure. You must be thinking, how can I say that so confidently. I have come across this fact through a genuine source on the web. Visit this link for details: http://fritolayindia.blogspot.com/2008/08/message-from-gautham-mukkavilli.html.

Let me tell you my friends, if Kurkure really contained plastic then people would have quited it long back. Sending unnecessary mails without any relevant proof is so bad. As for the link I have provided above, it clearly states that Kurkure complies with the Prevention of Food Adulteration Act and Rules that govern the manufacture, distribution and sale of Kurkure.

So next time, you visit a grocery shop and see that packet of Kurkure, don’t worry at all. Grab hold of it. Happy Munching!