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International, domestic buyers reject Indian tea consignments after pesticides, chemicals found beyond permissible limit
This comes at a times when the Tea Board is eyeing to ramp up exports to 300 million kg tea this year
In case they do not submit their objections within the given time frame, candidates will not be able to make a legal claim in a court of law in relation to re-evaluation at a later stage of recruitment process.
The levels are much higher than the thresholds set by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI).
Food regulator slaps notice on McDonald's for disparaging freshly cooked food, vegetables in advertisement
Food regulator FSSAI has slapped a show-cause notice on McDonald's for disparaging freshly cooked food and vegetables in its advertisements to promote fast food
Processed milk, including of major brands, have failed to meet the prescribed quality norm in 37.7 percent of the total samples tested, according to an FSSAI study
The contaminated lot of MDH’s sambhar powder was distributed in some northern Californian stores, the drug regulator said in a statement late on Wednesday.
S Jaishankar meets Nepal president Bidya Devi Bhandari to review trade, transit, culture and education relations
MoU between Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) and DFTQC Nepal was also signed on food safety
Food business operators have been given three more months, till 31 July, to change labels of their food products to include English nomenclature for 'atta' and 'maida' as wheat flour and refined wheat flour, respectively, according to the food safety regulator FSSAI
Zomato, Swiggy, Foodpanda, seven others delist over 5,000 restaurants for not having food safety regulator's approval
The move by the companies comes after FSSAI asked them in July to stop using edibles supplied by non-licensed operators after it received consumer complaints of sub-standard food being served through these platforms.
Currently, 96 percent of India’s cotton area is under Bt cotton.
Maggi attains over 60% market share, touches pre-crisis level in value terms: Nestle India chief Suresh Narayanan
Maggi was banned by Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) in June 2015 for five months for allegedly containing lead beyond permissible limits, forcing Nestle India to withdraw the product from the market.
Those adulterating food products could face life imprisonment and penalty of up to Rs 10 lakh as per the amendments proposed by the regulator FSSAI in its 2006 food safety and standards law
FMCG major Nestle India, which is facing penalty over alleged "ash content" in Maggi, said the company does not use it while manufacturing the popular noodles.
According 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
FSSAI to introduce a technology-based system to ensure that food safety inspection and sampling are conducted in a transparent and objective manner.
A report by NGO Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) said that nearly 84 per cent of 38 commonly available brands of pre-packaged breads, including pav and buns, tested positive for potassium bromate and potassium iodate
Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) on Wednesday said it has not given any clean chit to Nestle's banned Maggi noodles as it rubbished all-clear reports from two of its own empanelled labs, saying there were lapses in the tests.
With the central food safety regulator ordering withdrawal of nine approved variants of Maggi, Health ministry on Friday said it is of the "confirmed" opinion that the product failed to adhere to safety norms and assured that no compromise will be done on food safety.
In further troubles for Nestle over Maggi issue, the government has filed a complaint on its own with the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) — using a provision for the first time from the nearly three-decade-old Consumer Protection Act.
The Supreme Court today directed the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) to monitor and conduct periodic checks of all carbonated soft drinks as the issue relates to citizens' fundamental right to life guaranteed under the Constitution.