Vol 6 No 1 (2019)

The Mysterious Domination of Food/Drinking Water Contaminants and Adulterants in Bangladesh

A. K. Mohiuddin
Department of Pharmacy, World University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Published June 4, 2019
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  • Carcinogen, Chemical intoxication, Food poisoning, Health hazard, Pathogen, Adulterants.
How to Cite
Mohiuddin, A. K. (2019). The Mysterious Domination of Food/Drinking Water Contaminants and Adulterants in Bangladesh. Agriculture and Food Sciences Research, 6(1), 30-40. https://doi.org/10.20448/journal.512.2019.61.30.40


Food adulteration and contamination is nothing new in this age. It is the consequence of modern civilization, people moving from places with altered social value and ethics, industrialization and rapid progression of economic activities. It is highly prominent in urban areas of many developed or underdeveloped countries and so is with in Dhaka city. Commercialism and business mind drive people toward such unethical activities knowingly or unknowingly. Most of the cases it is done by uneducated or illiterate people, having least idea about what evil they are doing to mankind. People who are health conscious mostly avoid these but many of them have to go with this because of the busy life schedule or carelessness. By definition, safe food or drink means pollutants or adulterants presence within the limit of the standard such as pathogenic micro-organisms, natural toxins and potentially harmful chemicals that may cause health hazards beyond a certain limit, either deliberately added or naturally present in them. Again, the economic development of the country doesn't reveal basic literacy and awareness of general people. Necessary steps should be taken by the authority and mass people should change their mind set up and have to avoid those who create harm. The purpose of study is to briefly review of chemical induced food and drinking contamination, their consequences and control. Healthcare providers/Policy makers have a major role play to concerned field. Both general people and the old system are responsible for this unlivable condition of Bangladesh. Population is not the sole for this instance. A sense of poor rules and regulation is always found everywhere. Negligence is becoming a wide spread disease contaminating illiterate to well educated, all kind of people.


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