Summer season bids arrival of succulent fruit of varied sizes and taste to beat the heat. Fresh fruits having natural flavor and taste are liked by everyone.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Potassium Bromate in Breads, 22/07/2016. The Government is aware of the study by the Centre for Science and Environment. Potassium bromate was earlier permitted to be used as an additive for manufacturing bread and other bakery products under the erstwhile Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954.

Judgement of the Bombay High Court in the matter of The Association Of The Traders & Others Vs Union Of India & Others dated 16/09/2015 regarding the constitutional validity of the provisions of Food Safety and Standard Act, 2006 as also to the rules and regulations framed thereunder.

Dubious testing facilities, half-baked safety standards and nonchalant attitudes to hygiene may mean that virtually every food item is prone to contamination.

Punishing brand ambassadors shows that the government is only interested in going after the low hanging fruit

Order of the High Court of Delhi in the matter of Uday Foundation for Congenital Defects and Rare Blood Groups Vs Union of India & Others dated 25/02/2015 regarding ban on junk food and carbonated drinks in schools and initiation of measurs to develop a comprehensive school canteen policy with emphasis on health and nutrition.

Vegetables are the noble folk of food world, loved equally by doctors and grandmothers. Vegetarians live off them and meat-eaters are told to live off them.

A significant number of cases were registered against traders under the erstwhile PFAA and are pending in various courts across the country

The state government has decided to set up a new directorate of food safety to regulate their manufacture, storage, distribution, sale and import, official sources said on Wednesday.

New Delhi The Supreme Court has transferred to itself a petition filed by a leading chewing tobacco manufacturer against the ban on sale of gutka and paan masala.

Gutka manufacturers have moved various high courts questioning the constitutional validity of the notifications issued by various state government. The manufacturers are insisting that gutka cannot be treated and regulated as ‘food’ as it has “no nutritional value” and highlight the “discriminatory nature” of the ban that has brought their business to a “complete halt”.