Food Standards


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'Food Standards' - 26 News Result(s)

  • Munching On Burnt Toast? You Must Stop!

    Munching On Burnt Toast? You Must Stop!

    Did you know that there might be a health risk linked to burnt toast? In fact, The Food Standards Agency (FSA) in the UK had launched a campaign warning about cancer risks linked to eating burnt toast or any other foods that contained starch being cooked at high temperatures

  • McDonald's Follows Different Food Standards For India, Says Partner

    McDonald's Follows Different Food Standards For India, Says Partner

    Global fast-food chain McDonald's estranged partner in India Vikram Bakshi today alleged the company follows "different standards" for India compared to other countries and ignored the food quality concerns raised by him for the last four years

  • Food Contamination a Key Focus in UN's Session on Food Standards

    Food Contamination a Key Focus in UN's Session on Food Standards

    The Food Standards Corporation of the United Nations recently held a session to enforce certain measures to ensure safety standards with respect to food.

  • Over 68 Per Cent Of Milk In India Does Not Conform To Standards

    Over 68 Per Cent Of Milk In India Does Not Conform To Standards

    Over 68 per cent of milk in the country does not conform to standards laid down by the food regulator and the most common adulterant found in it is detergent, caustic soda, glucose, white paint and refined oil considered "very hazardous" which could cause serious ailments, the Lok Sabha was informed today.

  • U.S. Makes Final an Array of Rules on Food Safety

    U.S. Makes Final an Array of Rules on Food Safety

    Far-reaching food industry rules aimed at reducing food-borne illness in the United States have become final, the federal government announced.

  • FSSAI Takes Steps to Ensure Milk Quality Ahead of Festive Season

    FSSAI Takes Steps to Ensure Milk Quality Ahead of Festive Season

    Food safety regulator FSSAI has decided to facilitate setting up of infrastructure facilities in metro cities so as to ensure good quality of milk and its products ahead of the festive season.

  • Food Watchdog FSSAI Found Exceeding Mandate on Product Approvals

    Food Watchdog FSSAI Found Exceeding Mandate on Product Approvals

    According to the court, the FSSAI could not sit back and wait for the regulations to be framed.

  • USFDA Refuses Entry of 1,150 Indian Products in 6 Months

    USFDA Refuses Entry of 1,150 Indian Products in 6 Months

    The USFDA (United States Food and Drugs Administration) refused entry of 1,150 Indian products including spices, basmati rice and generic medicines.

  • Assam Bans Annapurna Chilli Sauce, Niyor Drinking Water

    Assam Bans Annapurna Chilli Sauce, Niyor Drinking Water

    Niyor packaged drinking water, manufactured by Blue Bell Enterprise of Assam, was found to contain fluoride higher than the maximum permissible limit.

  • Tata Starbucks, Kellogg, McCain Fail to Get FSSAI Approval

    Tata Starbucks, Kellogg, McCain Fail to Get FSSAI Approval

    The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has rejected product approval applications of Tata Starbucks, Kellogg and McCain due to lack of sufficient supporting documents for safety assessment.

  • Now, Haldiram's Products Under Scanner in Maharashtra

    Now, Haldiram's Products Under Scanner in Maharashtra

    Minister of State for FDA, Vidya Thakur said she has written to the FDA Commissioner Harshdeep Kamble regarding the collection of samples and their lab testing.

  • A Parliamentary Panel to Take Up Food Safety Issues

    A Parliamentary Panel to Take Up Food Safety Issues

    Last month, FSSAI had banned Nestle's Maggi, saying it was "unsafe and hazardous" for consumption after finding excessive levels of lead and violation of labeling regulations on taste enhancer monosodium glutamate (MSG).

  • FSSAI to Review Caffeine Standards in Beverages

    FSSAI to Review Caffeine Standards in Beverages

    The Food and Safety Standards Association of India (FSSAI) will review the intake of caffeine and other ingredients in these drinks after conducting a detailed study.

  • Uttarakhand Collects Maggi Noodle Samples From Plant, Cities

    Uttarakhand Collects Maggi Noodle Samples From Plant, Cities

    Amid reports of alleged higher level of lead in Nestle's Maggi noodles, Uttrakhand Food Safety Department has collected samples of the noodle brand from the company's plant at Pantnagar in the state.

  • Health Experts Accuse UK Government for Derailing Salt Reduction Programme

    Health Experts Accuse UK Government for Derailing Salt Reduction Programme

    Ending Food Standards Agencys nutrition responsibility slowed progress in cutting deaths and new targets gave industry too much power, health experts say.

  • One in Five Lamb Takeaways Still Contaminated With Other Meat: FSA

    One in Five Lamb Takeaways Still Contaminated With Other Meat: FSA

    Food watchdog's findings follow Which? tests last year that revealed 40% of lamb takeaways contained undeclared meat - and some contained no meat at all.

  • Jamie Oliver Leads Drive to Buy Misshapen Fruit and Vegetables

    Jamie Oliver Leads Drive to Buy Misshapen Fruit and Vegetables

    Misshapen but perfectly edible fruit and vegetables that would otherwise go to waste will be sold by Asda at discounted prices in a national trial starting at the end of January.

  • Asda Disappointed With Findings From Study on Campylobacter in Chickens

    Asda Disappointed With Findings From Study on Campylobacter in Chickens

    Supermarket says it working hard to finding a solution after 78% of its chickens tested by FSA had deadly food-posioning bugAsda has expressed its disappointment after it topped a supermarket league table for the presence of the food-poisoning bug campylobacter...

  • Chicken Contamination: Public Should Stop Buying Poultry

    Chicken Contamination: Public Should Stop Buying Poultry

    Action is needed until Food Standards Agency gets a grip on the spread of campylobacter to chickensThe results of official tests of retail chicken for campylobacter contamination are really shocking. I don't use the word lightly. The Food Standards Agency...

  • 70% of UK Chickens Contaminated with Food Poisoning Bug

    70% of UK Chickens Contaminated with Food Poisoning Bug

    According to the Food Standards Agency (FSA), 70 percent of fresh chickens on sale in Britain are contaminated with a food poisoning bug called campylobacter. A six-month survey of chilled whole birds was conducted which found that 18 percent of them...

  • Indian-Origin 'Chicken King' Ranjit Boparan at Centre of UK Hygiene Probe

    Indian-Origin 'Chicken King' Ranjit Boparan at Centre of UK Hygiene Probe

    An Indian-origin businessman, referred to as UK's "Chicken King", is at the centre of a major controversey over contamination of poultry.

  • Don't Wash Chicken Before Cooking it, Warns Food Standards Agency

    Don't Wash Chicken Before Cooking it, Warns Food Standards Agency

    Bacteria which are responsible for most food poisoning is spread by splashes and droplets of water caused during cleaningThe government's food watchdog has urged consumers to stop washing chicken before they cook it to avoid contaminating their kitchen...

  • A Lazy Person's Guide to Food Hygiene

    A Lazy Person's Guide to Food Hygiene

    Washing raw chicken could cause food poisoning - so what other ostensibly hygienic practices are best avoided? From refrigeration to best before dates, here are some time-saving tipsThe Food Standards Agency's warning to consumers not to wash chicken...

  • Hindus in UK call for disclosure of meat sources

    Hindu groups based in the United Kingdom have called on the government to enforce stricter disclosure norms after it emerged that many restaurants serving Indian food in Scotland were using the wrong kind of meat.

  • Three men arrested in horsemeat scandal

    Three men arrested in horsemeat scandal

    British police say three men have been arrested by officers investigating the burgeoning horsemeat scandal in Europe.

  • Indian restaurant in Oz fined for rats

    Indian restaurant in Oz fined for rats

    An Indian takeaway restaurant in Sydney has been slapped with a fine of over 97000 Australian dollar after health authorities found cockroaches, accumulated grime and dead rats in its kitchen area. The former owners of the King Cross-based restaurant, RR Associates, pleaded guilty to 13 counts of failing to comply with the Food Standards Code betw...

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