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The people of Coimbatore can now eat out without the worry of unsafe food, thanks to the effective implementation of the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) act. Rigorous measures to implement proper food safety practices all over

Following the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC)’s continuous measures to ensure hygiene and quality in food that is being served within the railway premises, the latest move is to live-stream video footage of the ‘base kitchens’. This step

The Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department has now started training temple cooks to in the art of making tastier and healthier temple prasadams. The training includes teaching them to keep the kitchens hygienic among other things. About 142 cooks

One of the most rapidly growing cities in the country, Hyderabad is also seeing a steady rise in the number of restaurants and eateries. More the number of eateries, more the number of food safety professionals needed to make sure

According to the latest report by the Press Trust of India (PTI), the Indian Railways has taken measures to increase food safety in the trains after several passengers on the Puri-Howrah Shatabdi Express fell sick. 300 health inspectors have been

To make the citizens alert about adulterated food and promotion of healthy eating, the Food Safety and Drug Administration Department (FDA) had conducted a food safety awareness programme on Saturday at Kodiveri Dam in Tamil Nadu reports The Hindu. A

What has come as a horrifying incident in recent times, a customer at a Subway outlet in Hyderabad Central Mall in Punjagutta has found cockroaches in a drink he had bought. He has lodged a complaint with the State Commissioner

Owing to the rise in food safety complaints in Chennai as well as all over Tamil Nadu, the state saw a series of food safety awareness programs and exhibitions in various districts. Pudukottai A food safety kiosk was opened at

To bring out a distinction between industrial and edible ice, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has asked the food business operators (FBOs) throughout the country to use blue food colouring while manufacturing industrial ice according to

Gone are the days when registering a complaint about adulteration in food products, unhygienic eateries, and poor food quality was a long-drawn process that many never even made the effort.  With technological advancements transforming our lives every day, it might

In light of the Goods & Services Tax (GST) Norms that took the country’s fiscal spectrum by storm in 1st July 2017, the Food Safety & Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has announced that it will regroup food businesses based

Delhi Government’s Department of Food Safety is lacking in manpower with only 56 food inspectors doing the work of the sanctioned 273 inspectors. This means that the department is falling short of over 200 employs and that further implies that

According to the report by the Asian Age, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has begun a food security campaign to keep hygiene of street food in check. This was done post the recommendation received by the FDA from several

FSSAI is in the news again, this time in an attempt to establish a high-tech laboratory network that will serve as a reference point in the off (or frequent) event that conflicting reports emerge during the primary testing of food

Recently, the most important meal of the day became a living nightmare for an Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi student when he found a floating corpse of a rat in his mess food. The issue was broadcasted all over

FSSAI has been pulling out all the stops to ensure that the food safety standards in India are being met, and we’re grateful for that! Their latest venture is an IT platform for safety compliances to bring consistency and transparency in

In an attempt to reduce food waste, a supermarket chain in the UK started selling food that is up to a month beyond its best-before date. Including tinned goods, such as fruit and beans, dried food such as pasta and

Food safety has become an important part of the F&B industry in India of late, with FSSAI taking the reins in making the food we eat safer by setting guidelines and educating those in the industry. In Nagpur, hoteliers have

It’s not every day that food products have to be recalled. However, when the need does arise, proper protocols need to be in place in order to ensure the safety of consumers. That’s exactly what FSSAI has done by releasing

According to the reports by The Hindu, the government has ensure the safety of food being supplied for pilgrims headed to Sabarimala and those staying in transit camps during the ongoing pilgrimage season. The Health Minister, K.K. Shylaja told the