It has been claimed that some people used additives to reduce costs in spices black pepper, chili pepper and sumac, which are not missing from the tables. It was alleged that semolina was added to black pepper, food coloring and bran were added to sumac, and that chili pepper stalks were colored with food coloring and sold.
İbrahim Ceyhan (35), who has been running a herbalist shop in Adana for many years, said that, like every product, cheats are made in spices. Saying that there are people who add flavor by mixing lemon powder into the sumac, Ceylan warned citizens not to shop from places they do not trust.
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In ground pepper, the unused kernels and stems of the pepper are mixed and cheating is done with food coloring supplement, Ceylan said, “I do not recommend citizens to buy the pepper that you do not see with your eyes. In black pepper, they roast the semolina and pull it from the machine and mix it into the black pepper. Let them grind the raw black pepper in front of their eyes. They should not take the form of powder that was previously pulled. Currently, black pepper is sold for 60 lira, sumac is sold for 50 lira, and powdered pepper is 45 lira. p>
CHEATING IN SPICES
Salih Altunsoy (29), who said that the most suitable spice is sumac, said, “They add bran and lemon powder into the sumac and sell it as top quality sumac by coloring it with food coloring. But I have never met them. We see people who buy second quality peppers and pull the stem and seeds together and mix it with food coloring. ”