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Non-compliance of FSSAI’s Hygiene rules by Juice Shops

Updated: June 1, 2019

According to a report by the National Institute of Nutrition, about 97% of tested fruits samples contained pathogens such as faecal coli forms, Shigella, Staphylococcus aureus and E-coli. It is due to non-compliance of hygiene rules issued by the FSSAI.

The FSSAI has issued guidelines/rules which must be followed by juice shops. It includes

  • Displaying the license of being a registered juice shop owner
  • Submission of transaction bill of each purchase such as sugar, ice to the food inspector
  • Preparation of juices on surfaces such as marble or stainless steel which does not absorb water
  • Milk must not be used beyond expiry and it must be kept in freezers.
  • A report for the utilized ice and water must be obtained from a recognized laboratory in every six months. This must be shown to the food inspector.
  • Storage of ice in thermocol is prohibited. It must be kept in the freezer.
  • ere must be cleaning of freezers and refrigerators at regular intervals.
  • One must not hire the individuals who have contagious or skin disorders. Medical fitness certificate must be possessed by each member.
  • Non-biodegradable items such as cups, plastics or containers must not be utilized.
  • ere must be a scientific means to dispose of the daily waste.
  • Each machine and utensil must be kept safe from rats, cockroaches and lizards.
  • These regulations must be followed by each juice shop owner in order to get the license from the FSSAI. It also helps to eradicate the disorders caused due to unhygienic food and water conditions.


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