Sunday 8 January 2012

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  1. I need certain clarification to the licensing requirements by FSSAI.

    1) Water analysis report a) Analysis Report (Chemical & Bacteriological) of water to be used as Ingredient in Food.
    What are the tests (Parameters) and standards to meet. Which standard to follow?

    2) Certificate or plan of food safety management system being adopted (for units Under Central Licensing it has to be a certificate from accredited agencies)
    What are the elements of food safety management system?
    Which are these accredited agencies. Which accreditation is to be followed?

    3)List of workers with their medical fitness certificates.
    What are the tests required to prove medical fitness?

    4) NOCs From Municipality / Local Body
    Elaboration Please?
    Help on above questions is highly appreciated.


    1. Appreciate help on above questions.


  2. we to need same infomation and clarification same as you
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  3. Dear ASIMC4,
    Can you please reply to above questions.

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  10. Another related issue needing clarity:
    a) Is pesticide % in cold drinks dangerous to human liver?
    b) If yes, what is the permissible limit?
    c) How do brands like Thumps up, Coke, Sprite compare on actuals based on credible testing?
    Any comments?