Netizen warns public of alleged counterfeit Coca-cola products


Authorities discover fake Coca-cola products in a raided factory in India.

If you thought that the controversial issue of circulating fake products is over, you might want to reconsider after reading this. Aside from the synthetic rice and fake noodles, this time a popular beverage is also allegedly being faked.

An unidentified concerned citizen posted photos in social media showing a factory somewhere in India where they produce fake Coca-cola products, or more popularly known as 'Coke'. The series of photos reveal an unkempt and squalid secret location wherein other fake beverages are allegedly being produced.

If you inspect the photos closely, you can observe that the fake Coca-cola bears a great similarity with the original one. However, this fake product is usually produced by altering the ingredients of the original one; a risky procedure that can affect the components of the product and may potentially harm anyone who consumes it. More often than not, poisonous substances are also added.
What's worse is that the fake Coca-cola is being manufactured in an unsanitary factory. Photos show that the solution is mixed in a rusty machine. Once the product is finished, it is hastily stacked down in a dirty floor.

The syndicates have perfected their criminal act of reproducing ‘original’ looking Coca-Cola wraps and plastic bottles that only an employee of Coco-Cola can spot the difference. Once the finished fake products are mixed up with the original and circulated for consumption by unsuspecting consumers, said a post from the Facebook page Ikwento mo kay Delio.

When mixed together with the original ones, it is almost impossible to identify which is which because they look identical with exact logos and bottles. Aside from Coca-cola, the photos also show another beverage which appears to be Sprite.

To stop the counterfeit products from spreading, the authority has already taken measures to ensure that the production of fake Coca-cola products will be stopped as soon as possible. However, we are still not sure of how many fake products have already circulated in the market so it really pays to be observant in everything that we buy.

Have you ever encountered a fake Coca-cola before? We'd love to hear from you so don't hesitate to express your thoughts with us on the comment's section below. Spread this message to warn your loved ones.




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Netizen warns public of alleged counterfeit Coca-cola products
Authorities discover fake Coca-cola products in a raided factory in India.
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