Alert! Your food order may get delayed; big FSSAI move
In a review meeting held yesterday, the regulator found that more than 30-40 per cent of food businesses listed on the online platforms do not possess a valid licence despite the companies being told to comply with the norms by July-end, it said. In many cases, listed food businesses have recently applied for the FSSAI license/registration but still do not possess them.
The FSSAI had recently notified regulations bringing e-commerce aggregator platforms within the purview of the food safety law. Representational Image, source: Pixabay