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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
Mar 17, 2017
Food safety regulator says cos' worry welcome if it is about rules on providing healtheir optionsArray
Nov 15, 2016
How Germany's quality certifying co TUV SUD is making India's food and power sectors technology safeArray
Aug 28, 2016
Food regulator FSSAI proposes new standards for frozen productsFood regulator FSSAI has proposed new standards for frozen vegetables and processed fruit products, including commonly used canned tomatoes, frozen peas and jams
Aug 24, 2016
Maggi survived 'near-death experience'; we have emerged stronger: Nestle India MD Suresh NarayananWith the pan-India launch of the new Maggi variants and the new range 'Hot Heads', Nestle India expects to see more growth
Jun 28, 2016
Coca-cola, Pepsico and Bisleri operate packaged water units without license: FSSAIAs many as 75 per cent of the packaging units, owned by various firms, including Pepsico and Bisleri, are said to be operating without an FSSAI licence. These units are operating under a BIS certification.