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Foodpharmer Introduces ‘Label Padhega India’ to Combat False Food Marketing

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Food influencer Foodpharmer, aka Revant Himatsingka, is shaking things up in the Indian food scene with his new initiative, Label Padhega India (Read the Label India). This movement cuts through misleading marketing and empowers consumers with a simple yet powerful tool: reading food labels.

Foodpharmer claims this will force major companies to stop false marketing claims and start providing better quality products. To amplify this message, he has roped in a number of celebrities and influencers like Archana Puran Singh, Dinesh Karthik, Terrence Lewis, Ankur Warikoo, Abhinav Bindra, Masoom Minawala, and many others.

Why Label Padhega India?

India faces a wave of concerning food issues, from questionable baby formula to hidden sugars in health drinks. Foodpharmer believes informed consumers hold the key to change. Here’s how Label Padhega India aims to make a difference:

  • Unmasking False Marketing: Food labels can expose companies making health claims that don’t match the ingredients. By deciphering these labels, we can hold them accountable and demand transparency.
  • Demanding Quality: Understanding what’s in our food allows us to make informed choices. This can push companies to prioritize better quality ingredients.

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A Collaborative Movement

Label Padhega India isn’t a solo act. Foodpharme has enlisted a team of celebrities and influencers to spread the message far and wide. The movement also features a fun social media challenge:

  1. Snap a pic or video of a food label and share it on social media.
  2. Challenge 3 friends to do the same.
  3. Use the Label Padhega India music which is available on the Instagram music library
  4. Tag @Foodpharmer if you want me to repost (optional)

This interactive approach fosters engagement and keeps the conversation about food transparency alive.

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Foodpharmer’s Record of Impact

Foodpharmer is no stranger to holding big brands accountable. He’s made waves by:

1. Exposing high sugar levels in Mondelez India’s Bournvita, leading to a reformulation.

2. Highlighting the use of palm oil in Lay’s India chips (absent in the US version), prompting a shift towards healthier oils.

3. Questioning the misleading fiber claims of Maggi atta noodles.

Conclusion

Foodpharmer’s Label Padhega India is a wake-up call for Indian consumers. By taking a few minutes to read food labels, we can collectively demand better from the food industry. Join the movement, become a #LabelPadhegaIndia champion, and empower yourself to make informed choices about what you eat!

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