The recent fish fiasco across the country has again pushed the importance of food safety to the forefront, and as a result scientists and researchers are trying to look for alternatives to the harmful Formalin. Continue reading
India’s food regulator The Food Safety and Standards of India (FSSAI) has issued a warning to people to stop eating Moong and Masoor dal being imported from Canada and Australia, as these contain residues of toxic herbicide Glyphosate, used by farmers to clear weeds. Continue reading
The festive season has kickstarted this year all over the country, and sweet cravings for gujiyas, barfis and kaju katlis are being felt by everyone.
But how do we know if the sweets purchased from outside are adulterated or not and safe for us and our family to have? Continue reading
India is in the mood for festivities, and nothing can add a sweeter touch to it, than Indian sweets.
Real Silver vark or cheap aluminium foil
As most sweets have vark (silver covering) on them, which nowadays is being replaced by cheap aluminium foil by sweet vendors which is toxic for people’s health.
By Touching the top of the mithai gently with your finger, and if it comes out easily onto your finger, then it is fake. Continue reading
Food safety officers have suspended food licences of two bakeries in Kohima because of non-compliance to food safety rules. Continue reading