From Oct 1 loose sweet boxes must have expiry date

A new rule is coming in force from Oct 1 where all sweets sold in market as loose have to have an expiry date on the box. We asked for this several years back and its finally come to fruition.

Attached order as you go to shop for sweets during festivals more  

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Sweets can also be obtained online. BanglaKonnection is one example. Details may be obtained from banglaKonnection.com more  
Very good idea. Must be implemented by all states & UTs. more  
good Idea, but it is sold loose very hard to confirm authenticity of manufacturing date. more  
Exact date should be there,on which sweets are not to be used. more  
Thank you. more  
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