Food regulator FSSAI will soon notify a new standards for food supplements as part of its efforts to ensure safe and nutritious food to the people.
Last year, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) had come out with draft quality and safety norms to regulate food or health supplements, nutraceuticals, functional and dietary foods.
"The new standards of food supplements are in the final stage of notification and will be shortly notified post government approval," FSSAI CEO Pawan Kumar Agarwal said at a conference of the Indian Direct Selling Association (IDSA).
Expressing that around 60 for each penny of the immediate offering industry players bargain in sustenance items, he requested that the individuals make mindfulness about the nourishment security.
"It is FSSAI's duty to guarantee that protected and nutritious nourishment is provided to 130 crore individuals of the nation and we do require support and participation of every individual from this Industry," Agarwal said.
"We have been having examinations with IDSA to adequately utilize the range of 40 lakh wholesalers of IDSA part organizations towards spreading nourishment mindfulness, which is a rudimentary necessity," he included.
IDSA Chairman Jitendra Jagota said: "The Direct Selling Industry can possibly achieve Rs 15,000 crore by 2019-20. We are going for giving business chances to around 90 lakh individuals by 2019-20. While ladies remain the fortification of the business, our center would likewise be to give business chances to more men in the nation.