This comes after the ICCC found an increase in the particular items during an official visit to selected provinces.
One popular product consumed by many Papua New Guineans, the Mi goreng Indomie noodles, has been found to have a counterfeit.
“They look the same, you see the colour exactly the same, except the counterfeit one is written in another language, not English,” says ICCC Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer, Paulus Ain.
“When we went to the shops I asked, can you eat this? If you can’t, why putting it on the shelves? Are Papua New Guineans dogs?