July 2022


Comparative Testing

Mixed Fruit Jam: Go through the report to find out the best mixed fruit jam for your home.

Product Review

Home Inverter and Batteries:  Buying an inverter that suits your needs and meets the requirements of your home can be a tricky business. This report will help you choose the best inverter and batteries for your home. 

Food and Stuff

Diet Soda: Diet sodas are a popular beverage all over the world, among people of all ages who are anxious to reduce their sugar or calorie intake. In this article, we share some recent research on artificial sweeteners and their adverse health effects which raises multiple questions about regular diet soda consumption.

Guest Column

Food Safety Index 2021-22: To encourage States/UTs to improve their performance and work towards establishing a proper food safety ecosystem in their jurisdiction, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has released the State Food Safety Index (SFSI) annually for each financial year. Read what the CEO of FSSAI talks about it here.

World No Tobacco Day: On the occasion of World No Tobacco Day 2022, various events were organized in the states of Goa, Assam and Gujarat by our state partners along with Consumer VOICE. Read on to know in detail.

Banking and Finance

Loan against Securities (LAS):  Sometimes in times of emergency, we need money immediately. In such a time, instead of selling your investment, taking a loan against securities is a better option. Loan against Securities (LAS) is a very popular method for short and long term loans. Read on to understand in detail.

Credit Card-Minimum Amount Due: In this era of digital India, credit card is being used a lot. The most important thing in using a credit card is the minimum amount due, which is seen on every credit card statement. Let’s understand in detail.


SC Re-affirms Stand on Healthcare Service under Consumer Law: The Supreme Court in the case of Medicos Legal Action Group v Union of India said, “We are of the clear opinion that the contention raised by the learned counsel for the petitioning Trust, of the Hon’ble Minister having made certain statements in course of parliamentary debates on the Bill that preceded the 2019 Act, is of little relevance.” Read on to know more about the case here.