-There are reports of fake granulated sugar on social media
-A video posted on Facebook and sighted by YEN.com.gh shows a woman demonstrating with the fake sugar to warn viewers of the issue
Another video has emerged on Facebook purportedly warning consumers of fake and possibly harmful sugar that already on sale in the market.
The video was recorded in Ga by a woman. What she sought to explain in the video was that, she wanted to prepare some tea. She indicated that she first diluted the tea bag and added milk.
She said she purchased the sugar from a store and added it to her tea. She then went on to say that after stirring the tea for a while, it started forming clots.
She had already experimented with one cup of tea and was recording a video to prove that there was something wrong with the sugar.
She concluded that the sugar was fake and it was poisonous to the health since no one knew the chemical composition that was causing the tea to clot.
The woman indicated that the sugar looked damp and reacted badly with anything that it was mixed with.
The lady speaking in the video advised consumers to be wary of the sugar that they use to prepare their meals so as not to cause any harm to themselves.
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In recent times many products believed to be fake have invaded our markets and are being sold to consumers who are unaware of the complications the consumption of these products may cause.
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