It seems that food manufactures have come under the scanner of health ministry as a stern warning has been sent to ensure that optimum level of food safety is being guaranteed.
It was told that owing to recent reports surrounding the permissible limit of salt and sugar in processed food, a warning was being sent in the food industry to ensure that no compromise whatsoever is being made on the quality of food served to general public.
It was found that earlier instructions being passed on to companies in the food industry had not produced the much desired results, thereby escalating the need of putting strict guidelines for the same.
It has been known that inclusion of Trans fat in food items could do a lot harm to the health of general public, as it's reported to have added an element of concern attached with non-communicable diseases.
Being used in making pizza dough, cookies, crackers, margarines, pie crusts, biscuits, and baked goods, Trans fats are reported to affect human beings to a considerable extent.
Even Health Minister Dr. Neil Sharma has made it loud and clear that violators would be entailed to be penalized with hefty fine, lest companies follow the directives given to them.
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