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Nov 14, 2017
FSSAI tightens the noose around eateries without food licenceAccording to the FSSAI CEO, the regulator will soon make it mandatory for all food businesses to have at least one person as food safety supervisor who has to be trained and certified as per its curriculum
Nov 02, 2017
Food processing sector gets investment worth Rs 65,000 cr commitment, says Union minister Harsimrat KaurAlready Rs 65,000 crore private investment has been committed in the food processing sector and more is expected during the mega global food event.
Oct 29, 2017
Thanks to Monsanto's reckless practices, Bt toxins in adulterant cottonseed oil may be seeping into your samosasBt cotton seed is being freely blended into refined and other edible oils as non-genetically modified cottonseed oil despite the regulation against it.
Sep 09, 2017
FSSAI to introduce technology-based system to ensure transparent food safety inspectionFSSAI to introduce a technology-based system to ensure that food safety inspection and sampling are conducted in a transparent and objective manner.
Jul 27, 2017
FSSAI says staple pins on tea bags can cause health hazards, bans them from JanuaryThe decision was taken after complaints of staple pins in tea bags
Jul 18, 2017
Plastic eggs, rice, sugar being sold? LS members raise concerns, govt says no specific case yetThe government said that the reports of plastic eggs had come to the notice of food safety regulator FSSAI
Jul 05, 2017
Tamil Nadu milk adulteration row: Dairy minister's unsubstantiated claims give voice to counter-allegations of corruptionRajendra Balaji, Tamil Nadu's dairy minister, is facing flak for what appear to be unsubstantiated claims about milk adulteration in the state.
Jul 03, 2017
Tamil Nadu milk adulteration allegations: Veritable health crisis or is the dairy minister milking the controversy?With panic mounting amongst people of Tamil Nadu over the milk adulteration allegations, Firstpost decided to conduct random sampling of private milk.
Jun 23, 2017
Ban on import of Chinese milk products extended till June 2018The ban was imposed as it was apprehended that some milk consignments from the neighbouring country contained melamine, a toxic chemical used for making plastics and fertilisers.
Jun 10, 2017
Report unearths bottled water scam: Here's how to check quality, ensure it's fit for consumptionJust as the demand for packaged water is going up in India, fraudsters are mushrooming across the country to make quick bucks by inundating the market with polluted and harmful water. Officials of state and central governments are throwing up their hands, claiming to be helpless