New rule for foreign food producers from February 1 FSSAI registration required for export of milk, meat products, infant nutrition to India

New Delhi: Food regulator FSSAI has made it mandatory for foreign food production facilities to register with it to export products such as meat, milk and infant nutrition to India.

This will take effect on February 1, 2023. (Also read: Apple declares iPhone 5c ‘obsolete’ next month)

In an order issued Monday, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) said it has decided that registrations of foreign food production facilities, which fall under five food categories, intended to export these products are mandatory. (Also Read: PM Kisan 12th Episode: Rs 2,000 To Be Credited To Farmer’s Account Before Diwali? Here’s Everything We Know)

These categories are milk and milk products; meat and meat products, including poultry, fish and their products; egg powder; infant formula; and nutraceuticals.

The FSSAI has requested all competent authorities of exporting countries to provide the list of existing manufacturers and those who intend to export these food products to India.

Based on information provided by them, the FSSAI will register these facilities on its portal.

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