The government has recently banned the imitation of colored snacks, paapar sold in the market places. There was a misunderstanding as people thought that Kolson Slanty, the most favorite snacks of Pakistani nation have been banned. The Slanty Company thus clarified the situation.
Lotte Kolson said in a statement, “We stand behind the Punjab Food Authority’s (PFA) commitment to combat unhealthy and unregulated snacks.”
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They also said, “Lotte Kolson is a licensed manufacturer of food products by the Punjab Food Authority (PFA) and we fully abide by the rules & regulations of the authority, while manufacturing our food products. We have been producing good quality food products in snacks, biscuits, cakes, pasta, vermicelli and instant noodles since 1942 with a vision to maintain quality standards at par with the industry. Our flagship brand, Kolson Slanty is a favorite among children of all ages across Pakistan, and is prepared with utmost care, quality, and safe ingredients under a clean and hygienic environment.”
So the clarification has been made by Kolson Slanty that their chips are not banned, the colored paapar snacks sold in the market have been banned. Therefore, all Slanty fans can just relax and keep eating their most favorite chips.