Health at stake in the game of profit, encryption of prevention – adulteration

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In the game of making profits, the sale of defective and adulterated food is done indiscriminately in the markets. The health of the common man is at stake by consuming these foods. Despite this, the Food Safety and Drug Administration (FSDA) team, responsible for stopping the sale of adulterated food, is limited to paying only the duty in the name of action. Trained teams are limited to the inspection of establishments except for food sampling. This can be measured by the fact that during the last five months, only 76 samples have been sent to the laboratory against 795 inspections.

During the last five months, 34 samples of the samples sent for testing to the mass analysis laboratory after sampling have failed due to poor quality. In this, most of the failed samples are of milk and milk products like paneer, khova and sweets made from it. Traders do not shy away from selling substandard adulterated food to get maximum profit at minimum cost.

People’s health is also deteriorating due to the consumption of these foods. The action to stop this is limited to paying the tax only. According to the department’s information, only 76 samples of various food items were sealed and sent for laboratory tests in the name of the drive from April to August 31 in the district.

Of these, the laboratory reports of 34 have failed the investigation. At the same time, a fine of Rs 10.09 lakh was also imposed on the establishments and shops connected with the samples that failed the test during the pending cases in the judicial inquiry court during the said period.

Edible oil is sold in the open even after the ban
The game of adulteration in the district is not limited to milk and its products only. At the same time, even after the ban, edible oils sold in the open are also being adulterated indiscriminately. By virtue of this, it is being prepared and packaged for sale in the markets without fear of poor quality edible oil. Especially this adulterated edible oil is used on a large scale by all shopkeepers who make fast food like chaat, samosa. However, the sampling action of edible oils is limited to inspection only to stop their sale. Along with this, the investigation of non-standard and adulterated plant species that are sold in the markets, the action of sampling samples is visible only on paper.

inspection 795, samples only 76
To stop the sale of adulterated food, FSDA’s responsibility is limited to ritual payment. This follows from the fact that in the last five months, the Food and Drug Administration team carried out 795 inspections of shops and establishments to steal prizes, but during this time only 76 samples of food to the laboratory for quality control.. FSDA officers, who inspect about one hundred and fifty stores every month, have been able to send only 12 to 15 samples of materials to the laboratory on average every month.

Most kidney and liver damage
Senior physician Dr Manoj Shukla says the greatest risk of kidney and liver damage is due to consumption of adulterated food. Regular consumption of these substances affects the digestive system and causes heartburn. Along with this, the risk of heart disease is also greatly increased due to the blockage of the arteries that carry blood to the heart.

Deputy Food Commissioner Rajvansh Srivastava says that to stop the sale of adulterated food, teams are regularly formed and an investigation is conducted. During the inspection of the establishment, where the need is felt, samples of the food made or sold at that place are taken and sent to the laboratory for testing. In order to speed up the research work at the time of festivals, the sampling of samples will be done through an intensive campaign.

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In the game of making profits, the sale of defective and adulterated food is done indiscriminately in the markets. The health of the common man is at stake by consuming these foods. Despite this, the Food Safety and Drug Administration (FSDA) team, responsible for stopping the sale of adulterated food, is limited to paying only the duty in the name of action. Trained teams are limited to the inspection of establishments except for food sampling. This can be measured by the fact that during the last five months, only 76 samples have been sent to the laboratory against 795 inspections.

During the last five months, 34 samples of the samples sent for testing to the mass analysis laboratory after sampling have failed due to poor quality. In this, most of the failed samples are of milk and milk products like paneer, khova and sweets made from it. Traders do not shy away from selling substandard adulterated food to get maximum profit at minimum cost.

People’s health is also deteriorating due to the consumption of these foods. The action to stop this is limited to paying the tax only. According to the department’s information, only 76 samples of various food items were sealed and sent for laboratory tests in the name of the drive from April to August 31 in the district.

Of these, the laboratory reports of 34 have failed the investigation. At the same time, a fine of Rs 10.09 lakh was also imposed on the establishments and shops connected with the samples that failed the test during the pending cases in the judicial inquiry court during the said period.

Edible oil is sold in the open even after the ban

The game of adulteration in the district is not limited to milk and its products only. At the same time, even after the ban, edible oils sold in the open are also being adulterated indiscriminately. Under this, inferior quality edible oil is being fearlessly prepared, packaged and sold in the markets. Especially this adulterated edible oil is used on a large scale by all shopkeepers who make fast food like chaat, samosa. However, the sampling action of edible oils is limited to inspection only to stop their sale. Along with this, the investigation of non-standard and adulterated plant species that are sold in the markets, the action of sampling samples is visible only on paper.

inspection 795, samples only 76

To stop the sale of adulterated food, FSDA’s responsibility is limited to ritual payment. This follows from the fact that in the last five months, the Food and Drug Administration team carried out 795 inspections of shops and establishments to steal prizes, but during this time only 76 samples of food to the laboratory for quality control.. FSDA officers, who inspect about one hundred and fifty stores every month, have been able to send only 12 to 15 samples of materials to the laboratory on average every month.

Most kidney and liver damage

Senior physician Dr Manoj Shukla says the greatest risk of kidney and liver damage is due to consumption of adulterated food. Regular consumption of these substances affects the digestive system and causes heartburn. Along with this, the risk of heart disease is also greatly increased due to the blockage of the arteries that carry blood to the heart.

Deputy Food Commissioner Rajvansh Srivastava says that to stop the sale of adulterated food, teams are regularly formed and an investigation is conducted. During establishment inspection, where the need is felt, samples of food manufactured or sold at that location are taken and sent to the laboratory for testing. In order to speed up the research work at the time of festivals, the sampling of samples will be done through an intensive campaign.

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