How FSSAI is making food safer (even from cloud kitchens)

In 2018, it was because of FSSAI's directives that 10,500 non-compliant food vendors were delisted by food delivery services like Zomato, Swiggy and UberEats. India ranks second in the list of countries with the highest number of obese children. According to a global study, 14.4 million cases were reported in India in 2017. Overall, 10,500 food vendors were delisted in 2018 by food delivery companies including Zomato, Swiggy and Foodpanda.

https://theprint.in/opinion/from-mcdonalds-to-patanjali-an-ias-officer-explains-how-fssai-is-making-food-safer/327915/In 2018, it was because of FSSAI’s directives that 10,500 non-compliant food vendors were delisted by food delivery services like Zomato, Swiggy and UberEats.

India ranks second in the list of countries with the highest number of obese children. According to a global study, 14.4 million cases were reported in India in 2017.

The FSSAI’s inspection teams can now conduct random checks anywhere along the supply chain. These guidelines are aimed at ensuring that the food delivered is fresh and prepared under hygienic conditions, and that last-mile delivery is undertaken by trained personnel.

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