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  • Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has been established to improve transparency in its functioning and decision making.
    • Bio-safety would be an integral part of any risk assessment being undertaken by FSSAI.
  • Standardized Tests for Adulteration to be introduced across the labs in India and BIS to undertake guidelines as well.
  • Public information campaigns to reduce the consumption of unhealthy foods to be undertaken.
  • Food surveys to get the information and their results would be published regularly.
  • Steps such as marking of veg, non-veg, best before dates, nutritional requirements etc.