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Watch: Video shows how orange stick popsicles are made in a local factory, netizens give mixed reaction

We all have childhood memories of relishing orange stick popsicles that are sold by local shopkeepers and ice-cream sellers at very affordable prices. But have you ever wondered how such orange popsicles are manufactured?

Recently, Amar Sirohi, who runs a popular food vlogging account on Instagram and YouTube called Foodie Incarnate, shared a video which showed how such orange popsicles are made in a local factory.

As per the video, the makers first create a mix of sweetened water, maltodextrin, milk solids, orange essence, and food colouring. They then pour this mixture into popsicle-shaped sets that go under a cooling process.

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Just as the popsicle mix is half frozen, sticks are added over each tray by the machines. Later these popsicles are pulled out mechanically and put on a conveyor belt before they go for packaging. This entire mechanical process of making orange popsicles is very satisfying to look at.

While Sirohi shared a detailed video of the popsicle-making process on his YouTube account, he also shared a short video of the same on his Instagram.

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While some people were delighted with the behind scenes video that evoked nostalgia for their childhood treat, others argued that the unhygienic factory conditions and the use of artificial ingredients were off-putting.

Commenting on Sirohi’s Instagram video, a person wrote, “Never gonna eat this again after watching harmful colours and additives”. Another person commented, “How is the government allowing factories to run like this !! Thank you for showing this ! Absolutely unhealthy and extremely harmful “.

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Expressing an opposite opinion, an Instagram user wrote, “We have been eating since childhood, nothing happened. Now our children also eat, nothing happens to them too… Means it is safe.. So we will eat.”

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