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4:53 PM June 15, 2017

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4:53 PM June 15, 2017

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Fake Rice  Made Of Plastic Discovered By Cherrylyn Gecale

The video of a netizen named Cherrylyn Gecale who discovered a fake rice, which is made of plastic goes viral after it was posted in the social media.

Nowadays, a lot of fake things were already spreading in the market not only in the Philippines, but also in various countries all around the world. The existence of fake foods were very alarming for it might cause numerous diseases, which can harm the body’s health.

A Facebook user named Cherrylyn Gecale has uploaded a video and shared their experience upon discovering the fake rice, which was up of plastic. The video raised concern of the netizens fearing that they might also experience eating fake rice.

Fake Rice

In the video, the husband of Cherrylyn shows the uncooked rice with a brand of “GOLD CUP UNO” with yellow sack they bought from the market near San Cristobal in Calamba, Laguna. The uncooked rice appears to be like other ordinary rice.

Fake Rice

The man showed the cooked rice and he tried to perform what he saw in a video to identify whether the rice is fake or real. He tried to mold the rice and squeeze it, after a few moment he threw the rice on the ground and expecting that it would be scattered.

Fake Rice

He was shocked when shape of the rice he formed didn’t even change and the rice becomes too much sticky unlike the authentic rice. In the end of the video, he is urging the viewers to be more careful in choosing brand of rice.

Posted by Cherrylyn Gecale on Tuesday, June 13, 2017

The video has a caption of:

“eto po brand name ng PLASTIC na BIGAS, GOLD CUP UNO. yellow un color ng sack. please share para makapag ingat ang lahat sa pagbili… 06/14/2017 @ 6:00am we discover this”

The video immediately goes viral after it was posted in the social media. The viral video garnered 2.1 million views, 2.5k reactions, 3k shares, and 1.4k comments as of this writing.

What can you say about the fake rice made up of plastic? Just feel free to leave your comments and reactions for this article.

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