The primary duty of an entrepreneur involved in the edible consumable businesses is to safeguard the quality of the edibles. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) perform the duty of ascertaining these safeguards and other co-related measure in order to ensure safety of edible food products. It does so by formulating rules and regulations to be enforced on all businesses involved in edible food products in order to eradicate adulteration and harmful substances in these food products in order to ensure that every customer acquires a safe and proper food product.
The customer can be aware of the safeguards relied upon by the manufacturer of the food product by looking at its packing. The packing of all food items is done in a specific manner in order to eradicate chance of food contamination.
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) hence play a vital role in enacting laws to be forced by the Government for food preservation in a budget manner. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) also welcome suggestions from the customers who consume these food products in ways and techniques to manufacture and pack such food items. Finally, it is the customer satisfaction only which plays a vital role in the success of the food products.
The safeguards imposed on each food product differ due to the constituents of it and its natural compositions. Some require very strict norms of packaging and manufacture while some require relaxed norms. The ultimate objective of these norms is to protect each food product in its original composition so that it does not get degraded nor contaminated until it is consumed by the customer. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) also imposes measures to preserve and enhance health and well-being of the people at large and aims to completely and permanently eradicate contamination and adulteration of food products and impose hefty fines and punishments for manufacturers who produce food products without complying to the safety measures imposed by them.
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) periodically take consultation from food experts, scientists and even medical personnel to develop new measures to curb food adulteration and ensure food safety. The government also plays a vital role in bridging the gap between the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) and the manufacturers of food products by enforcing rules and regulations based upon the advice of the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI).
The manufacturers of food products also take personal care and caution while dealing with the food products. They regularly conduct safety test on the finished food products to check their quality and even send samples to the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) to establish whether they are following the measures imposed on them or not.
The manufacturers of food products also formulate their own standards, rules for regulating their food products and maintaining their quality and standards. This is done in association with the manufacturers own research and development section and medical personnel.
The workers employed with the manufacturers of food products are also made to undergo strict skill and knowledge in order to deal with these food products so that they deal with them in the right manner.
The sellers associated with the manufacturers of food products also need to impose strict measures in their storage sections and need to adhere by the rules formulated by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) for this purpose so that they can deliver proper goods to the customers.
The customer consuming the food products also has to follow certain norms to ensure that they deal with the food products in a proper manner. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has enumerated certain measure to be followed by the customers consuming the food products like washing hands before handling food products with soap, storing food products away from sunlight and away from other non-consumable materials, storing open food products in a refrigerator or freezer so that they don’t get degraded in quality, consuming food products after consulting a medical personnel if they suffer from any allergies etc., consuming food products in a specific time period etc. The necessity of these is to see that every person consuming the food products only consumes fresh, proper, healthy and nutrient food products without the circumstance of contamination in it.
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) thus plays a vital role in ascertaining and making sure that each person in India consumes food products which are not contaminated and are healthy for their well-being.
The FSSAI performs the duty of ascertaining safeguards and other co-related measures in order to ensure safety of edible food products.