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Food Safety in India - Enforcing Hygiene and Safety Standards

Authors(1) :-Adhip DESWAL

Food is a type of nutrition that people eat or drink in order to live and grow. Food safety is a scientific discipline portraying dealing with, planning, and capacity of sustenance in ways that prevent food borne illness. The occurrence of two or more instances of a similar sickness because of ingestion of typical nourishment is known as a food borne disease outbreak. This incorporates various routine that ought to be followed to keep away from potential health hazards. In this way food safety regularly covers with nourishment guard to anticipate harm to customers. The tracks inside this line of thought are security amongst industry and the market and after that between the market and the purchaser. In this research we will study about the clinically borne illness disease in food hygiene, to study the guidelines, laws and enforcement protocols of food industry in India and to study the impression and importance of food hygiene and safety practices in India.
Adhip DESWAL
Clinical Borne Illness, Nourishment, Hygiene, Food Safety
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Publication Details
  Published in : Volume 2 | Issue 1 | January-February 2016
  Date of Publication : 2016-01-30
License:  This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Page(s) : 151-158
Manuscript Number : IJSRST1848280
Publisher : Technoscience Academy
PRINT ISSN : 2395-6011
ONLINE ISSN : 2395-602X
Cite This Article :
Adhip DESWAL, "Food Safety in India - Enforcing Hygiene and Safety Standards", International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology(IJSRST), Print ISSN : 2395-6011, Online ISSN : 2395-602X, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp.151-158, January-February-2016
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