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Food

Samosa to Ghee: These 5 Indian foods are banned in other countries

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Common Indian Ayurvedic thick blend spices and herbs is banned in Canada due to its high level of lead and mercury. 

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Samosa

Due to its triangular shape, India's favourite snack, samosa is banned in Somalia. According to the 'Al-Shabaab Group' the shape is seen as a symbol of Christianity. 

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Poppy seeds

Poppy seeds are derived from the opium poppy plant and may contain trace amounts of opiates, due to which it is banned in several nations such as UAE and Singapore. 

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Ghee

The Food and Drug Association (FDA) of the US  has banned ghee due to its potential risk of obesity and heart diseases. 

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Everest and MDH spices

Due to the presence of several alleged carcinogens and pesticides in the spices, Singapore and Hong Kong have banned Everest and MDH spices. 

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