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[7 Nov 2007 | 3 Comments | ]

by Warren Matthews of Xtend-Life

Counterfeit products are not just limited to CD’s, clothes and other common consumables. They are also widespread amongst food and drink.

Is it not easy to determine what may be counterfeit as the inferior quality may not become apparent until some time later, for example in the case of ‘designer’ clothing. (I don’t have that problem as I never buy designer clothing anyway.)

On the other hand if you are a whisky drinker the chances are you would pick up a counterfeit product on the first sip.

Of more concern is the amount of counterfeit baby formulas on the market. Some of these formulas are bad enough without having the added risk of a possible cheap imitation which may have contaminated ingredients.

Remember that these counterfeit products can look identical in appearance to the real thing. The difference is in the unseen details which are very important if you are consuming it, such as in the case of baby formulas.

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