Gourmet is with no uncertainty one of the greatest neighborhood organizations in Pakistan giving sustenance, heated products, desserts, water, fizzy beverages, and the sky is the limit from there.
The organization is particularly dynamic in Lahore with a few of their pastry kitchens spread over the city. They’re filtered water is likewise very mainstream in Lahore.
However, now, the Pakistan Council of Research for Water Resources (PCRWR) has announced ‘Gourmet’ and four other filtered water brands unfit for human utilization.
As per PCRWR, these filtered water may contain microbiological defilements which can cause looseness of the bowels, diarrhea, typhoid, hepatitis, and more.
The PCRWR discharged an open mindfulness explanation on Monday which uncovered the rundown of the brands. These brands are:
Water Super Life
Marina Drinking water
The announcement discharged by the Pakistan Council of Research for Water Resources can be perused beneath:
The low quality of drinking water has constrained a vast cross-area of natives to purchase filtered water.
As an outcome of this extending market, a mushroom development of filtered water industry in the nation is seen amid the most recent couple of years.
Be that as it may, a considerable lot of the mineral/filtered water organizations were discovered offering sullied water. To screen and enhance the nature of filtered water, the Government of Pakistan through Ministry of Science and Technology has assigned the undertaking to PCRWR for quarterly checking of packaged/mineral water marks and promote the outcomes.
As indicated by the checking report for the quarter from April to June 2018, 85 tests of Mineral/Bottled water brands have been gathered from;
Examination of diagnostic discoveries with reasonable cutoff points of Pakistan Standards and Quality Control Authority (PSQCA) has uncovered that 05 brands (i.e Gourmet, Aqua Super Life, Shiraz, Aqua Splash, and Marina) were observed to be risky due to microbiological defilements which may cause cholera, loose bowels, diarrhea, hepatitis, typhoid and so on.