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There is a need for testing food products in order to ensure that it complies with domestic standards as well as international standards for exports, a top government official said at an Interactive Session on Swachhata Action Plan 2018-19 held in Gurugram.
 
There is also a need for testing of all imported food products to ensure that they are of the requisite standard and food products not permitted for manufacture domestically. Apart from this, the level of contaminants, additives, and pesticide residues in food items is required to be monitored regularly, said Mr Ashok Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Food Processing and Industries at an Interactive Session on Swachhata Action Plan 2018-19- Hygiene in Food Processing Sector summit held in Gurugram.
 
In order to develop food safety and quality Assurance infrastructure in the country MOFPI has been extending financial assistance in setting up and up gradation food Testing Laboratories in the countries and setting up of HACCP/ISO standards to improve the overall quality of Food Safety and hygiene in Food Processing Sector summit held in Gurugram.
 
In order to develop food safety and quality Assurance infrastructure in the country MOFPI has been extending financial assistance in setting up and up gradation food Testing Laboratories in the countries and setting up of HACCP/ISO standards to improve the overall quality of Food Safety and hygiene in the country, said Mr. Kumar.
     
Source: Business Standard


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