Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1. The world "except" the state of Jammu and Kashmir" omitted by Act 41 of , s. [29thSeptember ]. An Act to make provision for the prevention of adulteration of food. Contents. PRELIMINARY. tvnovellas.info title, extent and commencement. 2. The Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, and Rules, ; 2. OBJECTIVE • To make provision for the prevention of adulteration of food.
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(2) of section 4 and sub-section (1) of section 23 of the Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, (37 of ) the Central Government, after consultation with the. (1) This Act be called the Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, (2) It extends to the whole of India. (3) It shall come into force on such date2 as the. (1) This Act be called the Prevention of Food. Adulteration Act, (2) It extends to the whole of India 1***. (3) It shall come into force on such date2 as the.
It is the duty of the judiciary to try and determine the real intention of the legislature by prudently taking into consideration the entire scope of the statute to be interpreted. Create order The meaning and intention of the legislature must govern, and these are to be ascertained not only from the phraseology of the provision, but also by considering its nature, its design, and the consequences which would follow from construing it the one way or the other. The general rule is that an absolute enactment must be obeyed or fulfilled substantially. Therefore when statutes prescribe certain conditions for the conduct of any profession or business, and if similar conditions are not followed, agreements entered into in the course of such profession or business become invalid, if it the aim of imposing such conditions is the preservation of public safety and order. The provisions concerning limitation for seeking redressal in Tribunals or Courts; 2. The provisions concerning principles of natural justice; 3.
Substituted by Act 34 of , sec. Substituted by Act 49 of , sec. Section -7 Prohibitions of manufacture, sale, etc.
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Substituted by Act 49 of , section. Inserted by Act 34 of , sec. First proviso omitted by Act 34 of , sec. Added by Act 70 of , sec. April, Clause f renumbered as Cl.
Ist April, 7. March, March Extraordinary, Pt.
Section 3. The Central Committee for Food Standards 1 The Central Government shall, as soon as may be after the commencement of this Act, constitute a Committee called the Central Committee for Food Standards to advise the Central Government and the State Governments on matters arising out of the administration of this Act and to carry out the other functions assigned to it under this Act.
Ist March. Ist April, Section 3 A.
Appointment of Secretary and other staff 1[Appointment of Secretary and other staff. Section 4. Central Food Laboratory 1[ 1 The Central Government shall, by notification in the Official Gazette, establish one or more Central Food Laboratory or Laboratories to carry out the functions entrusted to the Central Food Laboratory by this Act or any rules made under this Act: Provided that the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, also specify any laboratory or institute as a Central Food Laboratory for the purposes of this Act.
For sub-section 1 w. I st April Subs by Act 34 of Vide West Bengal Act. Published in the Calcutta Gazette, Pt. Section 5.
Section 6. Application of law relating to sea customs and powers of Customs Officers 1 The law for the time being in force relating to sea customs and to goods, the import of which is prohibited by See. Section 7. Prohibitions of manufacture, sale, etc.
Ist March, Section 8. Public Analysts 1[Public Analysts. The Central Government or the State Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, appoint such persons as it thinks fit, having the prescribed qualifications to be public analysts for such local area as may be assigned to them by the Central Government or the State Government as the case may be Provided that no person who has any financial interest in the manufacture import or sale of any article of food shall be appointed to be a Public Analyst under this section: 1[Provided further that different public Analysts may be appointed for different articles of food].
Section 9. Food Inspectors 1 The Central Government or the State Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, appoint such persons as it thinks fit, leaving the prescribed qualifications to be Food Inspectors for such local areas as may be assigned to them by the Central Government or the State Government, as the case may be: Provided that no person who has any financial interest in the manufacture import or sale of any article of food shall be appointed to be a Food Inspector under this section.
Section Powers of Food Inspectors 1 A Food Inspector shall have power- a To take samples of any article of food from- i Any person selling such article ii Any person who is in the course of conveying, delivering or preparing to deliver such article to a purchaser or consignee: iii A consignee after delivery of any such article to him and b To send such sample for analysis to the Public Analyst for the local area within which such sample has been taken; 2[ c With the previous approval of the Local Health Authority having jurisdiction in the local area, concerned, or with the previous approval of the Food Health Authority, to prohibit the sale of- any article of food in the interest of public health.
Vinod Kumar v. There are chemical methods of paper chromatography and high performance liquid chromatography by which the presence of this amino acid can be detected IS ; Thippeswamy et al. There are however no chemical methods by which the adulteration with the flour of P.
It was observed that the adulteration of besan with the flour of other edible legumes can be detected by microscopic examination since the macrosclereids of one legume, particularly that of C.
The preparation of the samples and the microscopic observations are presented in this manuscript. Material and methods Legumes examined in the study The following edible legume seeds were purchased from the local market: C.
Sample preparation Preparation of adulterated besan C. The flour of either of the adulterants was added to besan at 0.
The liquid was then filtered through nylon cloth placed on a funnel and the residue was washed with near-boiling water. It was filtered through the nylon cloth placed on a funnel and the residue was again washed with near-boiling water. Preparation of sample of other edible legumes for microscopic examination A sample of the whole legumes was soaked in water to loosen the seed coat or testa.
The testa was then finely ground using a pestle and mortar. Preparation of market samples of besan C. These samples were examined in this study. On receipt, samples are well mixed and treated as described in the section on preparation of adulterated besan samples.