Sunday, November 30, 2014

KERALA TO GO COLOURLESS


Synthetic Colours are being used by almost all food manufacturing companies. Limits on the use of colours are being monitored by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India. The violation is liable for punishment, which could include jail term.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

DECISION ONLY TO WITHDRAW FOOD SAFETY AMENDMENT BILL 


Setting aside changes proposed by the previous government to Food Safety and Standards Act, the government today said fresh amendments would be made after further consultations in this matter. 

Saturday, August 30, 2014

DARE TO DESTROY THE QUALITY OF TEA!

                               


                                Next time, when you go for a tea, to refresh yourself, will you dare to order for a tea? But the crew cut minded people have dared to destroy the quality of tea dust. How?

Saturday, August 16, 2014

BIT SHOCKING TOO

              



             Officials have discovered that to prolong life of milk and milk products, many dairy owners had been using a cocktail of chemicals whose consumption can damage kidney and liver.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

SCHOOL CANTEEN SEALED FOR SELLING UNSAFE FOOD


THE HINDU NEWS-19.07.14

A team of officials attached to the Department of Food Safety raided a school canteen in Palayamkottai on Thursday and seized a huge quantity of eatables not fit for human consumption.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

STRINGENT STEPS TO SAVE COURTALLAM.

                        
                             The Honourable High Court of Madras has directed the State government to provide all basic infrastructures to the tourists coming to Courtallam in Tirunelveli District. The Tirunelveli District Administration  has made extensive arrangements to provide all amenities needed for the tourists who visit Courtallam during this season. As a measure to improve the food hygiene at Courtallam, the state Food Safety department has deputed Food Safety Officers to inspect and ensure food hygiene in the stalls at Courtallam.

Friday, May 23, 2014

MANGO MOODS



 

 TRICHY:  Despite strict measures taken by officials of the food safety wing  to bring down the flooding of artificially-ripened mangoes into the markets, traders continue to deal with the practice to make a quick buck unmindful of the fines they have to pay, if caught.