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Identify the correct statement/statements.

(I) A food becomes adulterated when non-food substances are added to it.

(II) A food becomes adulterated when quality components are added to it.



A
Both (I) and (II)
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B
Only (I)
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C
Only (II)
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D
Neither (I) nor (II)
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Solution

The correct option is B Only (I)
A food becomes adulterated when a non-permitted and a non-food substance or a cheap and low quality material is added to it for example, addition of chalk powder to rice flour, addition of tamarind seeds to coffee seeds, etc. Food can also become adulterated when quality components are removed from the food for instance when cream is removed from the milk, its quality gets reduced.

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