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Food Business Operators related to manufacturing, storage, transportation, or distribution of food products must obtain FSSAI Registration. In India, the Food Safety and Standards Regulations 2011 governs the registration or licensing of the food business. Whether you have to get an FSSAI Registration or FSSAI License depends upon the size and nature of your business.
There are 3 types of FSSAI License Registration
FSSAI Basic registration
Food businesses with turnover below 12 Lakhs Annually.
FSSAI State license
Food businesses with turnover more than 12 lakhs but below 20 crores annually.
FSSAI Central license
Food businesses with turnover of more than 20 crores annually.
FSSAI gives you a legal advantage over other businesses operating without a license. To avoid the cost of paying penalties, it’s essential you procure proper registration proof.
If one has a valid food license, it’s much easier to open at a new location and grow ones business quickly.
Now the consumers are alert and informative about the quality of the food they eat. Thus, food proving that it has the FSSAI license, which can an added advantage of a increase in the customer base
FSSAI logo on the food item will give your product a superior quality over others. FSSAI license has a valid FSSAI number which gives customers more assurance about the standard of the food.
Ascertain the Requirements of Registration
Make the payment of registration fees
An application is filled online
Get your FSSAI Certificate
People who wish to start their businesses in the food sector have to obtain FSSAI License to carry any food-related business.
Individual Bank Statement
Any Utility Bill(Electricity Bill/Bank Statement)
Passport Size Photograph
Latest Passport Size Photograph is required
1. What is enforcement of FSS Act, 2006?
Responsibility of ensuring compliance of FSS Act, 2006 rules and regulations made thereunder by the FBO’s
2. Who is responsible for implementation & Enforcement of FSSA, 2006? Or Who is the regulatory authority under the Food Act in India?
Food Safety and Standards Authority of India and State Food Authorities are jointly responsible for implementation & enforcement of FSSA, 2006. The details are provided Section 29 of FSS Act, 2006.
3. How is Enforcement undertaken?
Enforcement is undertaken on the basis of surveillance, monitoring, inspection and random sampling of food products carried out by the Officials of Food Safety Departments
4. Under what circumstances can the DO suspend the license?
If the food business operator fails to comply with an improvement notice, his licence may be suspended.
5. Under what circumstances can the DO cancel the license?
If the food business operator fails to comply with the improvement notice, the DO may, after giving the licensee an opportunity to show cause, cancel the licence.
6. What is the time frame for making an appeal to the State Commissioner of Food Safety?
Fifteen days from the date on which notice of the decision was served on the person desiring to appeal or the period specified in the improvement notice whichever expires earlier.
7. Sections under which penalties are issued?
The provisions relating to offences and penalties are specified under section 48 penalties are given from Section 49-67 of the Act.