2:05 pm - Tuesday November 3, 2015

Haldiram products under scanner!

48 Viewed Alka Anand Singh Comments Off on Haldiram products under scanner!
haldiram

Maharashtra government today asked its health regulator to check samples of Haldiram’s packaged snacks to find if they are fit for human consumption.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been asked to collect packaged food samples of the Nagpur-based leading domestic snack-maker from all over the state after reports emerged that its products have been banned in the US.
Minister of State for FDA Vidya Thakur said she has written to FDA Commissioner Harshdeep Kamble regarding collection of samples and their lab testing. She has also sought a report from FDA at the earliest.
The decision was taken in view of reports that Haldiram’s packaged products had been banned in USA as pesticides and Salmonella bacteria were found in them, she said.
“This is a very serious matter. Since Haldiram products are manufactured in the state and consumed by a large number of people, it is necessary to find out if the snacks are fit for human consumption,” Thakur stated in the letter.
The decision to check Haldiram’s products comes on the heels of the ‘Maggi’ controversy. The Nestle’s noodles brand faced the heat and was recalled from markets after tests showed it contained lead beyond permissible limits.
Haldiram could not be immediately contacted for comments on the issue.

Click here to submit your review.


Submit your review
* Required Field

Don't miss the stories followIndiaVision News and Information and let's be smart!
Loading...
0/5 - 0
You need login to vote.
LONDON - JULY 18:  In this photo illustration a pregnant woman is seen stood at the office work station on July 18, 2005 in London, England. Under plans to revise paid maternity leave, an exteneded period of six to nine months will be offered for maternity leave from 2007. (Photo illustration by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

Poor sanitation practices leads to unfavorable pregnancy outcomes in India!

pizza-making_21360983

Pizza maker Papa John’s hands insured for a whopping 10 M pounds

Related posts