Syntax unexpected < Json token position 0

Hi Team

I really experience a problem and try to use local json data to fetch it using rest api. when i debug i get this error and dont know how to fix it.

//db.json
{
“product_name”: [
{
“id”: 1,
“title”: “2021 hot selling GPS 5G quadcopter drone with camera remote control aircraft drone WiFi mini drone camera”

}

],
“shipping_information”: [
{
“id”: 2,
“country”: “South Africa”,
“title”: “Express UPS Saver (HK)”,
“info”: “After payment is complete, your order will ship within”,
“lead_time”: “10 days”,
“shipping_time”: “6 -10 days”

}

],

“options”:[
{
“id”:3,
“label”:“1080p”,
“price”: 833.99,
“currency”:“ZAR”,
“symbol”:“R”
},
{
“id”:4,
“label”:“4k”,
“price”:895.31,
“currency”:“ZAR”,
“symbol”:“R”
},
{
“id”:5,
“label”: “Battery (Accessories)”,
“price”:78.5,
“currency”:“ZAR”,
“symbol”:“R”
}

],

“discounts”:[
{
“id”:6,
“amount”:“20%”,
“end_date”: “2022-06-18T03:11:46+02:00”
}
],
“reviews”: {
“id”: 7,
“rating”: “5.0”,
“count”: 6,
“total_buyers”: 18
}

}

// fetching data
/**

  • Sidebar for shipping information details
    */
    import React,{ useEffect, useState} from ‘react’;

class Sidebar extends React.Component {
state = {
isLoading: true,
prodData: ,
error: null
};

getFetchData() {
this.setState({ loading: true }, () => {
fetch(“http://localhost:3000/shipping_information”)

    .then(res => res.json())
    .then(result =>
      this.setState({
        loading: false,
        prodData: result
      })
    )
    .catch(console.log);
});

}

componentDidMount() {
this.getFetchData();
}
render() {
const { prodData, error } = this.state;
return (
<React.Fragment>

All User


{error ?

{error.message}

: null}
{
prodData.map(prod => {
const { id, country, title, info, lead_time, shipping_time } = prod;
return (

{country}


{title}


{info}


{lead_time}


{shipping_time}

            <hr />
          </div>
        );
      })
    }
  </React.Fragment>
);

}

}

export default Sidebar

Syntax unexpected < Json token position 0

That means your file isn’t valid JSON. The code you posted is hard to read because it’s not in a code block, but it looks like there’s a mix of JSON and Javascript code, which won’t be valid JSON.