Do you enjoy streetside Chinese food, particularly noodles? If yes, then you must watch this video that has gone viral on social media. It shows how noodles sold on the street are made, and you may never plan to eat street noodles again. PFC Club founder Chirag Barjatya shared the video on Twitter. It depicts how noodles are made in unsanitary conditions. The video has garnered more than two lakh views.
It appears that the popular video was made in a tiny noodle factory. There are numerous workers making homemade noodles. To make the dough, the flour is first added to a mixer, the dough is then mechanically rolled out and cut into thin strings. Today, no gloves are worn by the workers during the entire process. After being boiled, the noodles are left on the ground to cool until they are manually packed in plastic bags.
“When was the last time you had roadside Chinese Hakka noodles with schezwan sauce?” the video caption reads.
The comments section is full of derogatory and unhygienic words. "There is no way this process could be more unhygienic. This factory needs to be shut down, if it can be found," a user wrote.
“You take any stuff and the processing would be kind of the same unless they are made by big brands. So same would be for pani puri, sev puri, sandwich etc. ever wondered how the butter is processed by roadside sandwich wala?” another user wrote.
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