The Alley is one of the more popular bubble milk tea brands in Malaysia, and seeing how the bubble tea is all the rage now, some unscrupulous parties are trying to rip off The Alley by selling counterfeit products that are bearing their trademark.
In a press conference held yesterday (7 May), Diagon Alley Sdn Bhd, which is the sole and authorised brand holder of The Alley in Malaysia, issued a statement addressing this issue after receiving complaints of stomachache from several consumers who had consumed these fake products.
Here’s what the statement read:
“We want to make it clear that counterfeit Alley products are not our product and we have no relationship whatsoever with the product or the people responsible for it. The counterfeit products may be dangerous and harmful to the health of the general public.
“We have since issued cease and desist letters to numerous retailers and we will not hesitate to take further action until the sale of counterfeit products are no longer on sale.”
These pictures below show the counterfeit products that have made it into our market.
So guys, if you’re craving for some The Alley beverages, please visit their stores to get the freshly made ones, and never the pre-packed instant ones! Not too long ago, these products were spotted in a store in Melaka!
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