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Paradigm shift in India’s health policy needed, say top officials speaking at CSE conference on Food Safety and Environmental Toxins

Policy should move from disease control to prevention, and focus more on water and sanitation, safe food and clean environment

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Says disposal will cost Rs 210 crore while using existing raw material stock to manufacture the pesticide will increase crop production
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‘Junk the junk food’: Rahul Bose, Sandeep Dikshit run to support CSE’s campaign to shun junk food in schools

Over 400 school and college students participate in Quarterathon for a cause of public health

Take junk food out of schools, say participants at a CSE Round Table

Round Table organised by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) brings together top doctors, educationists and civil society representatives

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Round Table organised by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) brings together top doctors, educationists and civil society representatives

FSSAI Watch

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has been established under Food Safety and Standards Act (FSSA), 2006. This Act not only replaces the Prevention of Food Adulteration Act 1954 but also consolidates the other food acts like the Fruits Product Order (FPO), Meat Food Products Order, Vegetable Oil products (control) Order, the Milk and Milk Products order. These Acts, earlier handled by different ministries, will now fall in the ambit of the FSSAI. The authority is a statutory body with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare being the administrative head.

Responses to Sunita Narain's Letter

 
 

18th March ' 2011/ By MP Modi, Former Agriculture Secretary, Orissa.

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