MALAYSIA – Authorities in Malaysia recently seized US$68,063 (RM250,000) worth of counterfeit Milo sachets products packaged in multi-packs in Negeri Sembilan.
At the raid, the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry found 250 packs of Milo ready for distribution and 105 packs in the process of being prepared. In addition, 1,000 empty boxes, 50,000 empty plastic packs, a printer, a weighing machine and a numbering printer were also seized.
Milo’s brand owner Nestle has launched a campaign to educate its customers on how to differentiate the imitation products from the real ones by examining the packaging.
"The counterfeit packaging seems to be very similar to the genuine packaging,” said Nestle. “One difference is that the genuine Milo packaging…..”
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