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  • Beverage firms told not to use ‘energy’ on drink labels

    LAHORE: The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) on Tuesday warned all energy drink manufacturers to use new labels for their product as per the authority’s directions...

    The notice, available with Dawn, states that the PFA scientific panel had given eight months to the beverage industry to change the word “energy” on labels of their products, and instead say “stimulant”...

  • In Pakistan, bottled water may be unfit to drink

    Nearly 35 per cent of Pakistan’s estimated 182 million people do not have access to safe drinking water...

    According to Pakistan’s National Drinking Water Policy of 2009, the burden of disease related to water, sanitation and hygiene costs the country about Rs112 billion ($1...

  • Makli residents made to drink contaminated water

    THATTA: About 150,000 residents of Makli and its adjoining villages are forced to consume highly contaminated water as the pipeline supplying water to the town has developed ruptures at a number of places and its water gets mixed up with sewage, Dawn learnt on Sunday...

    The pipeline laid from K
  • Replacing ‘soft drink culture’ with milk intake

    LAHORE: The 15th World Milk Day, initiated by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 2001, brought together different stakeholders at the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, who stressed the need to change culture: milk instead of soft drinks...

    The speakers were of the view that ‘soft drink culture’ invaded even rural Pakistan, where these drinks had increasingly replaced milk consumption, with huge...

  • And not a drop to drink

    Apropos the above Metro headline (May 4)...

    When we visit the seaside and watch huge waves crashing against rocks, sending sprays more than ten feet high we are awed by nature’s abundant water resources
  • 91pc of Karachi’s water is unfit to drink

    A month before that, another resident had filed a constitutional petition in the Supreme Court of Pakistan against several government offices, saying that they “are required to ensure provisions of potable water, sanitation and hygienic atmosphere to the people, but they have individually and collectively failed to discharge such fiduciary, statutory and constitutional duty”...

    A senior research officer of the Pakistan Council of...

  • Not a drop to drink

    It is not surprising that Pakistan, as the third most water-stressed country in the world, finds a mention...

    In parts of Lahore, for example, they had fallen by up to 65 feet over a five-year period...

  • Leicester owner promises free doughnut, drink for fans at Southampton game

    LONDON: There will be jollity among the jangling nerves at the King Power Stadium on Sunday as Premier League leaders Leicester City resume their improbable pursuit of the title against Southampton...

    Leicester chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who celebrates his birthday on Monday, is offering a free doughnut and bottle of beer to every home fan in attendance
  • Soft drink plant sealed over ‘unhygienic conditions’

    The team officials collected the soft drink samples and sent them to laboratory, sealed the plant and instructed its administration to withdraw the whole stock of Sprite one liter glass bottle from the market and destroy it...

    Showing the soft drink bottle containing the reptile to some journalists, Mr Amjad said the stock was supplied to him by CCBPL distributors Jameel Brothers...

  • A refreshing drink for all seasons

    Road that sell sugarcane juice – most people pick up the drink during a visit to these markets as a refreshment...

    I always prefer it to a soft drink while I’m visiting the markets,” Mohammad Suleman said during a trip to Commercial Market...

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