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Food regulator wants packaged food labels to display if they contain GM ingredients
by Vishwa Mohan, TNN
The Times of India Translate This Article
8 May 2018
On 8 May 2018 The Times of India reported:
Seeking to introduce GMO labelling for the first time in India, the country's food regulator has proposed all packaged food products containing genetically modified (GM) ingredients must clearly state it on their labels. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) also suggests mandatory declaration by packaged food manufacturers about nutritional information such as calories, total fat, trans fat, sugar, and salt per serve on the front of the pack.
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