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Corporate cafeterias and canteens are either run by the corporate or are outsourced to a Food Business Operator (FBO). Since the food is prepared and cooked in bulk, extra caution is required to keep the food safe from contamination because any contamination could affect a large number of corporate employees. It is important for the corporate to have a well-trained Food Safety Supervisor who has a thorough knowledge of FSSAI regulatory guidelines so all food safety parameters are followed in the canteen.
When the catering is outsourced to a private caterer the corporate management needs to be extra cautious especially if the food is being provided at a discounted price. Since the profit margins are slim the caterer could cut costs and overlook a number of food safety norms like
The corporate management must understand that any overlooking of food safety best practices can risk the health of the corporate employees who could become susceptible to foodborne illness. If there is an outbreak of food poisoning it could mean a number of employees could report sick and all at the same time leading to loss of many work hours. Therefore the corporate Food Safety Supervisor must ensure that there is
Corporate canteens are established with the aim of saving time and providing safe and nutritious food to employees. It is the responsibility of the corporate management to ensure food has been safely and hygienically prepared and is nutritious and healthy. If the canteen is run by the corporate then they must have a license/ registration. If they are outsourcing the catering then the management must ensure that the corporate canteen is run by a
|Private Company Registration
|Professional Experience Of Service Provider
|More than 5 Years
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|Application,Advisory,Liaison with Dept till receipt of license
|Import / Export Location
Import licence means either a licence in Form 10 to import drugs excluding those specified in Schedule X, or a licence in Form 10-A to import drugs specified in Schedule X.
In India import, manufacturing, sale and distribution of drug is regulated under Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940 and Drugs and Cosmetic Rules 1945. At present, bulk drug (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients) and finished formulations are regulated under the said Act.
An application for an import License is made to the licensing authority in Form 8 for drugs excluding those specified in Schedule X, and in Form 8-A for drugs specified in Schedule X, either by the manufacturer himself having a valid wholesale License for sale or distribution of drugs under these Rules, or by the manufacturers agent (Importer) in India either having a valid License under the Rules to manufacture for sale of a drug or having a valid wholesale License for sale or distribution of drugs under these Rules and an undertaking in Form 9 duly signed by or on behalf of the manufacturer.
The grant of import licence of an application for an import licence in the form and manner prescribed in Rule 24, the licensing authority shall, on being satisfied that, if granted, the conditions of the licence will be observed, issue an import licence in Form 10 or From 10-A.
An Import licence unless, it is sooner suspended or cancelled, shall be valid for a period of three years from the date of its issue.