/// FOOD SAFETY: FARM TO FOLK ///

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The three-day gala IFF event ended with a ses­sion on ‘Food Safety Con­clave- Food Safety: Farm to Folk’. The panel in­cluded Atul K Joshi, Chief Gen­eral Man­ager, Qual­ity and Le­gal Com­pli­ances, Patan­jali; Ash­win Bhadri, MD, Equinox Labs; Bhavesh Ku­mar Joshi, Di­rec­tor, AGMARK; Dr. Pra­bodh Halde, Con­venor, In­dia Food Star­tups & In­no­va­tion Con­ven­tion and Awards; Dr. Vinod Dhanuka, Head R&D and QA - Re­liance Re­tail; Nayana Daware, Man­ager (Le­gal & Com­pli­ance)

Aditya Birla Re­tail; P. Muthu­maran, Di­rec­tor,

FSSAI; S Swami­nathan, Head – In­dus­try En­gage­ment, GS1 In­dia. Sub­haprada Nish­tala, Hon. Sec­re­tary, AFST, Mum­bai mod­er­ated the ses­sion. Food Safety com­pli­ance for startup busi­nesses is ex­tremely im­por­tant. Food pro­duc­tion is mon­i­tored care­fully due to the sig­nif­i­cance of the con­se­quences of poor food hy­giene. While in­no­vat­ing and ideat­ing new con­cepts, it is vi­tal that star­tups start out on the right track with com­plete knowl­edge of food safety com­pli­ance.

In a can­did conversation be­tween the pol­icy mak­ers, food reg­u­la­tors and startup en­trepreneurs, In­dia Food Fo­rum’s last ses­sion cen­tered around the ease of do­ing busi­ness and sug­gested ways to make the reg­u­la­tory frame­work more stream­lined and how the food op­er­a­tors can avoid trip­ping up on safety guide­lines.

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