The Food Safety and Standard Authority of India (FSSAI) takes the matters related to the production and processing of food seriously. There is Section 50 to Section 65 that deals with the offenses under the FSSA 2006. It keeps track of all the necessary requirements that one needs to abide by and follow the compliance policy to avoid being punished. The basic offence is the sale of food without the FSSAI license for which one can be punished with imprisonment and a penalty of about 5 lakhs.
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