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FSSAI stands for the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, which is responsible for ensuring the safety and quality of food products in India. If you want to start a food-related business in India, it is mandatory to obtain an FSSAI registration or license, depending on the scale of the operation.

Here's how you can get an FSSAI registration:

  1. Visit the official FSSAI website and create an account.

  2. Fill out the online application form and provide all the necessary information, including your business name, address, and contact details.

  3. Choose the type of FSSAI registration or license you require, based on the scale of your business.

  4. Submit the application form along with the necessary documents, such as proof of identity, proof of address, and the Food Safety Management Plan.

  5. Once your application is reviewed and approved by the FSSAI, you will receive your FSSAI registration or license.

Remember that obtaining an FSSAI registration is mandatory for all food businesses in India, and failure to do so can result in hefty fines or even imprisonment. So, make sure you get your registration done before starting your food business.

The documents required for a food license in India may vary depending on the type of food business and the scale of the operation. However, here are some of the commonly required documents for obtaining an FSSAI registration or license in India:
  1. Proof of identity: You will need to provide a government-issued identity proof such as Aadhaar card, Voter ID, Driving License, PAN card, etc.

  2. Proof of address: You will need to provide a document that proves your business address, such as a lease agreement, electricity bill, water bill, or property tax receipt.

  3. Food Safety Management Plan: A detailed plan on how you will maintain the safety and quality of your food products, including Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) plan.

  4. Business registration documents: If you have a registered business, you will need to provide the registration certificate, Memorandum of Association (MOA), and Articles of Association (AOA).

  5. Form B: This form contains details of the food business, such as the type of food products, production capacity, and the number of employees.

  6. NOC from the local municipal corporation or Panchayat: This is a No Objection Certificate from the local authorities where your business is located.

  7. Declaration of Food Safety and Standards compliance: This is a declaration stating that you will comply with all the food safety and standards regulations as per the FSSAI.

It is important to note that these documents may vary depending on the type of food business and the scale of the operation. So, it is always better to check with the FSSAI or consult a legal expert to ensure that you have all the necessary documents for obtaining an FSSAI registration or license.


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