Different stuff is used in different countries according to their uses. Something that might be a necessity in one country might not even be useful in another and that’s how the concept of demand comes in place. Now, there are plenty of different standards that are followed around the world in different countries, like for food there are different declaration boards of different countries that define what standards will give them standard accreditation. Some country might have it at the minimal while some won’t accept even medium ranged stuff. If something isn’t up to some standards according to the boards or the country, they are either rejected or if they have good market penetration, banned. India is considered to be an expert in banning stuff but there are plenty of things that aren’t unsafe but are banned in places except India!
Below are some of the things that are banned abroad but not in India:
In other countries, the soap is banned as it isn’t good for animal skin whereas in India it’s a common brand.
2. Red Bull.
France and Denmark and Lithuania have banned Red Bull for the population under 18 as it was found to be injurious to heart depression and hypertension and convulsion patients.
Disprin doesn’t pass global standards and in India, it’s the first thing anyone will take if they get a headache.
Around 60 pesticides that are used in India are banned globally because they cause serious health problems when mixed with crops.
5. Unpasteurized milk.
According to the USA and Canada, raw milk has harmful germs in it so, they don’t allow raw milk being sold where in India mostly raw milk is sold.
6. Jelly Sweets.
Jelly sweet is banned for the use of the kids due to choking hazards in the USA, Canada, and Australia.
The samosa is banned in Somalia. Jihadist say that samosa is used by Christians so it must not be consumed. India, on the other hand, has samosa as it’s basic breakfast and can be found at every other restaurant.
8. Kinder Surprise.
Due to having a toy inside, Kinder Joy can’t be sold in the USA.
9. Tata Nano.
The most affordable car in India can’t be sold in other countries because of its high risk of injuries for being this small.
10. Maruti Suzuki 800.
Another India manufactured car fails to pass safety standards across the globe and cannot be sold in many countries.
11. Dcold Total.
The best medicine for cough and cold for India is banned in several countries for not passing their standards.
USA, Australia, and Canada have banned this medicine as this is supposed to cause disastrous effects on the liver.