12 Products that are banned in other countries but not in India

There are countless products which are being sold in the market nowadays but not many make it to the best selling category. The ones with unique characteristic would go on to become a big hit in today’s world.

In addition to that, making the most popular product of the year makes every investor happy too. In fact, every entrepreneur has an intent to produce and sell the best product of all time.

There are a number of products which dominate the market across the world. Case in point, there are several things that are prohibited in India. However, many things are prohibited in other countries as well.

The following is a list of items that are prohibited or deemed harmful in other nations:

Jelly Sweets

Jelly Sweets are prohibited in the United States, Canada, and Australia because they are dangerous to youngsters and can stick to their thread. However, jelly sweets can be found in India.

Lifebuoy Soap

This soap is mostly used by animals. Lifebuoy is harmful to human skin. This soap, however, is available in India.


Pesticides are available in India, yet around 60 pesticides have been prohibited in other nations because it is harmful to plants.

Red Bull

Red Bull can cause cardiac issues, depression, hypertension, and convulsions. It is also illegal in France, Denmark, and Lithuania for anyone under the age of 18.


Several medically and legally dangerous medications are sold in India, and practically everyone takes them. Disprin, which is widely used in our homes, is also among these dangerous medications.

Unpasteurized milk

Although this sort of milk is prohibited in the United States and Canada due to the presence of harmful microorganisms and germs, it is available in our country.


Nimulid is a pain reliever that is officially outlawed in the United States, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and several other countries due to the considerable harm it poses to the body’s liver. It is widely available in India.

Maruti Suzuki Alto 800

This car is illegal in many countries because it fails to pass safety testing and norms, but it is very popular in India.

D-Cold Total

D-Cold, another drug that is prohibited in other countries but is widely used in India, is likely to cause renal problems.


Samosa is not an Indian dish. Yes, you read it right. It was originated in Central Asia. It is legally banned in Somalia because of a certain terrorist organization. They were the ones who applied the ban. The reason behind them banning this dish was because they felt like it was “too Christian”.

Tata Nano

Global NCAP’s independent accident testing technique determined it to be unsuitable. This suggests that the car’s driver would endanger his own life. Other countries have prohibited it, but it is available here in India.

Kinder Chocolate

The toy that is included inside the Kinderjoy is banned in the United States. According to reports, the toy poses choking risks.

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