The FSSAI has been established under the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006 (FSS Act) which is a consolidating statute related to food safety and regulation in India. It ensures the food products undergo quality checks thereby curtailing the food adulteration and sale of sub-standard products.
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Frequently asked questions.
FSSAI registration is initiated by submitting Form A (application for Registration) or Form B (application for State and Central License) to the Food and Safety Department or by applying online on the FoSCoS portal. The application must be accompanied by the required documents.
Fees for basic FSSAI License is fixed at INR 100 for one year. The FSSAI State License fees ranges from INR 2000/- to 5000/- a year. Fees for FSSAI Central license is fixed at INR 7500/- per year.
FSSAI license is of two types, State FSSAI License and Central FSSAI License. Based on the size and nature of the business, the licensing authority would change. The fee and procedure for obtaining an FSSAI license are more extensive when compared to an FSSAI registration.
Yes, it is mandatory to obtain FSSAI License for small businesses in India who are involved in manufacturing or selling food products. FSSAI is an organization that supervises and controlled food businesses in India.