As claimed in the viral message this days, Do not drink APPY FIZZ. It contains Cancer causing agent
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Fact Check by Ayupp– HOAX / FALSE
Viral Message Example
Don't drink APPY FIZZ, it causes Cancer
(This message is from agroup of Doctors in India: Post it in public interest)
1) Do not drink APPY FIZZ.It
contains Cancer causing agent..
Viral Message Verification – The message claims and threaten common public of consequence of disease Caner, it says that if you drink APPY Fizz you may get Cancer. It is a hoax message.
We did a complete fact check on this but did not get any medical proof on any sort that Drinking Cancer will cause Cancer, This message floating is just a hoax message and there is no proof.
Parle Appy Fizz is a fruit beverage which has been one of Parle Agro’s best-selling beverages. It is a fruit juice, it has sugary beverage with 1.9% Apple juice concentration.
The only demerit in APPY juice can for many and especially for diabetics patient is that it contains very high amount of Sugar. It contains around 212 gm of Sugar in just 160 ML of the beverage.
Common Ingrediants of Appy Fizz ingredients: Water, Reconstitued Apple Juice, CO2, Sugar, Malic Acid, Citric Acid, Permitted (Class II) Preservatives (E211, E224), Ascorbic Acid
Foodnetindia safety have rated APPY rating : 3 – (On a scale of 1 to 10 from very unsafe to very safe)
This are the common ingredients in APPY, which is also present in many other common food found across the world, hence the information regarding the APPY is false. Please go ahead and drink if you are thirsty.
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