fssai registration

How to comply with Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) norms?

How do you comply with Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI)norms? License forms and registration: Establishing the control measures on every measure is the only way to monitor yourself and the supply chain. Registration and licensing (including vendors): Food Business operator must ensure before contracting a vendor as whether he/she is FSSAI registered or licensed. Every FBO needs to obtain a license for every premise where food is manufactured or served. If FBO operates in more than two…

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All you need to know about FSSAI and its registration process

Here, we are going to discuss the FSSAI registration and its process in a clear and an understandable manner. FSSAI: Food Safety and Standards Authority of India is an agency of ministry of health and family welfare of India. It is significant to have a body in government for the regulation and supervision of food safety in order to protect and promote the public health. Hence the government in 2006 passed the food safety standards act under the food safety…

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Licensing and Registration of food business – FSSAI registration in cbe

Licensing and registration of a food business: Registration required for the business operator who Manufactures or sells any article of food by himself or through hawker, petty retailer, itinerant vendor or a temporary stall holder; or Those food businesses includes the small scale, cottage or tiny food businesses with an annual turnover which exceeds Rs.12 lakhs and or whose Production capacity of food other than the meat and meat products, milk and milk products does not exceed 100 kg or…

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Things to know about Food Safety and Standards Authority of India(FSSAI)

FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards Authority of India), its features, functions and the persons associated with food safety are discussed here. You may come to know the roles and responsibilities of the persons who are all related with FSSAI. Issues with the existing regulatory regime: There are eight different ministries and nine different laws govern the food sector. The laws which are framed by different departments/ministries with different perspectives and the enforcement approach. The laws been overlapped with different quality…

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