No Food Business can be run without obtaining a license or registration certificate from the State Govt. food safety department or Central Govt. Food Safety Licensing Office depending upon the nature of the food business and production capacity/Annual turnover of the food business.
The objective of the food law is to make available safe, pure, wholesome and nutritious food to the public. In 1954, the Indian government enacted the food law known as Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and Rules were made there under in 1955. Besides this Act and the Rules, many other orders related to […]
Extension expired on 26.08.2012 Brief Interpretation: FSSAI had constituted eight Scientific Panels and Scientific Committee for providing scientific opinions to the Food Authority on 26.05.2009 for a period of 3 years. The term of these Scientific Panels and Scientific Committee has expired on 26/05/2012. It had been decided by FSSAI to extend them for 2 […]