Shocking food secrets busted by internet expert FoodPharmer

Revant Himatsingka, who goes by Foodpharmer on social media, has been challenging Indian FMCG companies through his  eye-opening product reviews.

He is a wellness influencer & bestselling author, who gained attention by removing a Cadbury Bournvita video post legal notice.

Who is FoodPharmer?

He highlighted the high sugar content in Tang, exposing its marketing as a healthy option despite using fruit powder, stabilizers, & colors, but no real orange fruit.


He alerted on aspartame's potential as a carcinogen in products like Diet Coke, urging people to watch for the ingredient code E951 on labels.

Diet Coke

Maggi Atta Noodles

He challenges Maggi Atta Noodles over their fiber claim, revealing it contains only 3.5g of fiber in a video, debunking their marketing tactics.

Cutting down Coke consumption from weekly to monthly can significantly lower sugar intake, as a 300ml of serving contains about 7.5 (200ml) teaspoons of sugar.


His video critiques ketchup, revealing misleading packaging about fresh tomatoes, noting their high sugar content, and suggesting moderate use.


In another video, he highlights unhealthy ingredients in Maggi, Wai Wai, Ching's & Yippee noodles, suggesting better options like Naturally Yours and Slurrp Farms.

Alternatives to Maggi

He labels brown bread a "big joke," pointing out its misleading health claims and caramel coloring, stressing that it is not healthier than white bread.

Brown Bread

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