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  • 1. Role of various agencies in ensuring food Quality & Safety
  • 2. The prevention of Food Adulteration Act 1954
    • This act
    • Is
    • legislated & controlled
    • by the
    • Ministry of Health & family ,Welfare,
    • Government of India
    • through
    • Director General of Health Services
    • But
    • its implementation is done by
    • The State Government,
    • through their
    • Health Department
  • 3.
    • Designed
    • To
    • Formulate & Monitor Standards of Quality & Purity of Foods
    • with
    • emphasis on
    • Prevention of Adulteration of Foods
  • 4. Administrative set up
    • There is central committee for food standard (C.C.F.S) to advise the Central Government and the State Government on all the matters arising out of the administration of the Act
    • The standard relating to the PFA Act are evolved by the committee.
  • 5. PDF RULES UNDER TWO TIER SYSTEM MUNICIPAL CORPORATION MUNICIPALITIE GRAM PANCHAYAT Power to Implement to Local Bodies
  • 6. MUNICIPAL CORPORATION COMMISSIONER OR DEPUTY COMMISSIONER
  • 7. The Government of India
  • 8.  
  • 9.  
  • 10.
    • Which lay down detail
    • The Qualification for administration staff
    • Duties & function of public Analysts
    • Food Inspectors
    • The Central food Laboratories
    • The rules include, the procedure of drawing test samples
    • And for sending them to the Public Analyst or The Central Food Laboratory,etc.
  • 11. Licensing SYSTEM
    • FOR ALL ITEM BEING SOLD AS FOOD
    • RESTAURANT
    • HOTELS
    • TEA HOUSES
    • SWEETMEATS SHOPS
    • MANUFACTURING & TRADING CONCERNS
    • AERATED WATER MANUFACTURES
    • BAKING HOUSES
    • BAKERIES
    • SPICES MANUFACTURES &PROCESSING UNITS,Etc.
  • 12. Criteria for Applying Licenses
    • Any person desiring of manufacture of sale
    • Storage for sale
    • Exhibit of sale
    • Any Type of Trade Manufacturing Processing
    1
  • 13. Criteria for Applying Licences
    • The applicant shall submit along with the application for Licence plan
    • in
    • Triplicate showing
    • The actual area of the premises
    • The purpose for which the licence is applied for
    2
  • 14. Criteria for Applying Licences
    • On receipt of such application and plan the licensing authority shall inspect .
    • The necessary licence should satisfied that it is free from sanitary defects & complies with other condition of the licence
    3
  • 15. Criteria for Applying Licences
    • Observe the code of hygiene & the conditions laid down
    • under rule 50 of the PFA Rule 1955 .
    • Food should not exposed in dust & flies
    • The utensils shall be clean inside or shall be of stainless steel,china,clay or glass which can be washed thoroughly with boiled water
    • The paper dish ,cups, wooden spoons etc shall not be reused
    • The portable water shall be stored in stainless steel container & the waste water shall be disposed of properly without causing any nuisance
    • The licences shall disclose the name address of the supplier of foods from whom he acquired them
    • Staff health & hygiene
    4
  • 16.  
  • 17.  
  • 18. Play a pivotal role in the implementation of the Act and rules The Food Inspector is the King pin in the Administration of Food Legislation
  • 19.  
  • 20. Collected under Section II of the rule and they are sent for examination under section 16,17,18 of the PFA Rules Sample collections
  • 21.  
  • 22. Sample Collection
    • Sample collection should properly mixed & stirred & divided in 3 part and if is also necessary preservatives to be added
    • Samples are collected in triplicate from the establishment
    • One sample along with all documents is sent to the respective public analyst of their jurisdiction
    • Two sample to the respective local Health Authority of independent examination at the time of court proceedings
    • voluntary sale by the trader for which he has issue a receipt for the money collected by him and that receipt has to be produced in the court of law.
    • Signature of the vendor is to be taken across the brown paper & the paper slip so as to ascertain that there is no tampering of the food sample
  • 23. Sample Collection
    • Giving notice in writing , then and there of his intension to have it so analyzed to the person from whom he has taken the sample and to the person if any whose name and address and other particular have been disclosed under section 14 A
    • If person refuse to sign or put his thumb impression , the food inspector shall call upon one or more witness and take his or their signature or thumb impresion
  • 24. The Administrative Control Measure
    • Includes
    • Cancellation of licenses
    • Prosecution for breach of conditions
    • Seizure under section 10(4) of the PFA act.
    • Destruction of food unfit for human consumption
  • 25.  
  • 26.  
  • 27.  
  • 28. Other food legislation/Authorities & their Role
    • Divided in two groups
    • Compulsory –all orders under Essential Commodities Act 1955
    • Voluntary based product certification viz.ISI mark of BIS & Agmark
  • 29. Compulsory legislations
    • Fruits products order,1955 (Ministry of Food Processing)
    • Vegetable oils products(Regulation) Order,1998.
    • Solvent extracted oil. De-oiled Meal & Edible Flour(Control) Order.
    • Meat product control order,1973 (Ministry of Rural Areas & Employment)
    • Edible oil packaging (Development & Regulation) Order 1998
    • Milk & milk product order,1992.Ministry of Agriculture.
    • Standard of weight & measure Act 1976
    • Export(Quality control & Inspection) Act 1963
  • 30. Voluntary based product Certification
    • Bureau of Indian Standard Act 1986
    • Agmark Grading & Marketing & Rules,1937 (Agmark)
    • Coordination Mechanism
  • 31. 1.Ministries
    • Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
    • Ministry of Food Processing Industries
    • Ministry of Commerce
    • Ministry of Agriculture
    • Ministry of Science & Technology
    • Ministry of Food & Consumer Affairs
  • 32. Developmental Agencies
  • 33.
    • A.P.E.D.A
  • 34. MARINE PRODUCTS EXPORT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
    • M.P.E.D.A
  • 35. BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARD
    • B.I.S
    BIS aims at providing Third Party Guarantee of quality, safety and reliability of products to the ultimate customer.
  • 36. G RADING & MARK ETING A CT
    • A.G.M.A.R.K
    " Act" means the Agricultural Produce (Grading and Marking) Act, 1937 (1 of 1937);
  • 37. FRUIT PRODUCT ORDER
    • F.P.O
  • 38. MEAT PRODUCT CONTROL
    • M.F.P.O
  • 39. MILK & MILK PRODUCT ORDER
    • M.M.P.O
  • 40. Coconut board
  • 41.
    • coffee board
  • 42. Spice board
  • 43. NATIONAL BIO-DIESEL BOARD N.B.B
  • 44. TRIFED
  • 45. QUALITY COUNCIL OF INDIA Q.C.I
  • 46. NATIONAL ACCREDITATION BOARD LABORATORY N.A.B.L
  • 47. the Indian Standards Institution began operating the product certification Scheme in 1955 .
  • 48. National Programme for Organic Production (NPOP) Organic products are grown under a system of agriculture without the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides with an environmentally and socially responsible approach
  • 49. HALAL GRADE
  • 50. PRESENTED CHEF.V.BHARATHAN QUALITY SAFTEY