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Bread: Atta, White, Multigrain - Which is the healthiest of the three?

Good were the times when we had just one type of choice in bread which we thought was healthy enough for us. Now with the advent of different types like brown bread and multi-grain bread and tall claims from manufacturers it is confusing to make this humble breakfast choice. Of course, each one of us has a favourite brand of bread and that may have everything to do with habit or with health consciousness.

Read full details and the results of detailed tests conducted in collaboration with +consumer voice where 13 popular brands of bread – 5 atta, 4 multigrain and 4 white – were tested for common standard parameters, including dietary fibre, protein and potassium bromate here:

http://www.conzumr.com/br/BREAD/groups/cv_surveillance_series_bread
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Waiting eagerly as everyone else to lay hands on the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models? A little over a week now when the models will be released in India. Meanwhile please have look at iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus first look brought to you by conzumr...

http://www.conzumr.com/br/MOBILE/groups/apple_iphone_7__7_plus_first_look
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The recent controversy around Maggi has brought the whole breed of instant noodles under the scanner. Many of us – never ones to question the goodness of our favourite noodle brand – are suddenly conscious, confused, etc., trying to separate fiction from fact (and paranoia from the noise). None of us thought of noodles and ‘healthy’ in the same breath, but perhaps some brands were pushing it a bit too far by making hyperbolic claims with regard to calcium and proteins and iron and fibre and suchlike. Noodles were had for fun and were meant to be a once-in-a-while snack—they were neither all good nor all bad.

Read full details and the results of detailed tests conducted in collaboration with +consumer voice here:

https://www.conzumr.com/br/NOODLES/groups/cv_comparitive_test_instant_noodles
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Ever wondered how effective is your liquid handwash in removing germs? Check results of comparative tests done on 10 of the popular brands in market in collaboration with +consumer voice
http://www.conzumr.com/br/LIQUID_HAND_WASH/groups/cv_comparitive_test_liquid_hand_wash
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Do your detergents clean as good as they claim to? Check the results of comparative tests done on 11 detergent bars sold in market today in the higher price category (Rs 7 and above per 100 gm) and lower price category (below Rs 7 per 100 gm) in collaboration with +consumer voice
http://www.conzumr.com/br/DETERGENTBARS/groups/cv_comparitive_test_detergent_bars
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Conzumr.com, whose sole aim is Consumers' Benefit, collaborates with +consumer voice, a voluntary action group founded in 1983 with the aim to create awareness in consumers about malpractices perpetuated in the market place and about consumer's rights. We intend to help consumer make informed choices about the goods they buy both online and offline.
Together we will bring you a series of comparative tests which which involve results from scientifically tested products which were carried out by consumer voice at an NABL-accredited laboratory.
Consumer VOICE has been doing Comparative Tests (CPT) under Grahak Jago mission of the Ministry Of Consumer Affairs, Government Of India.
To give you an idea, one of the product tested was paneer which is commonly used in most of the households. For the tests, eight regular-selling/popular brands of packaged paneer and one loosely sold paneer from a local vendor who also happened to be a major wholesaler and retailer catering to various parts of Delhi were purchased. Then the paneer was assessed on key quality parameters specified in National Standards IS: 10484:1983 (specifications for paneer) and IS: 15346 (specifications for methods of sensory evaluation of paneer), as well as FSS Regulations, 2011. Also a few parameter from consumers’ point of view were included. Here is the report with results of microbiological tests as the results of these tests nullify all other results (physical, chemical, sensory). Even if the paneer performs fine in various other tests, failing the microbiological test means that it is ‘not suitable for consumption in raw form’.

Please check the results in detail here:
http://www.conzumr.com/…/…/groups/cv_comparitive_test_paneer

Click on each brand individually to know more details about that particular brand like for example:
http://www.conzumr.com/br/PANEER/Amul/Paneer

Please check this area for more such articles and hope these articles do help you in buying what is right for you!
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