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List Of Ban Imposed By FSSAI

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has imposed several bans on food products and ingredients in the past. Some of the notable bans are:

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  1. Maggi Noodles: In 2015, FSSAI banned the sale and production of Maggi noodles after it was found to contain high levels of lead and MSG.

  2. Chinese Milk and Milk Products: In 2008, FSSAI imposed a ban on milk and milk products from China due to the presence of melamine, a toxic chemical.

  3. Red Bull: In 2006, FSSAI banned the sale of Red Bull energy drink, citing concerns over its caffeine content and potential health risks.

  4. Gutka and Pan Masala: In 2013, FSSAI imposed a ban on gutka and pan masala, which contain tobacco and are known to cause cancer.

  5. Sassafras Oil: In 2003, FSSAI banned the use of sassafras oil in food products due to its carcinogenic properties.

  6. Potassium Bromate: In 2016, FSSAI banned the use of potassium bromate as a food additive after it was found to be carcinogenic.

  7. Chinese Garlic: In 2019, FSSAI banned the import of Chinese garlic due to the presence of chemicals and heavy metals.

These are just a few examples of the bans imposed by FSSAI over the years. The authority continues to monitor food products and ingredients to ensure the safety and health of consumers.


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