5000 BAGS OF COUNTERFEIT RICE FROM INDIA SEIZED BY SG CUSTOMS

On Thursday (Nov 24) the Singapore Customs seized more than 5000 bags of rice weighing about 129 tonnes at Pasir Panjang Terminal.

As the packaging bore markings that resembled a Singapore registered trademark, the rice was confiscated.

The proprietor of the trademark informed that the rice is counterfeit and is proceeding with legal actions against the importer for trademark infringement.

A notice has been lodged to stop the importation of the counterfeit rice from India.

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