FSSAI asked food product companies to lighten the use of salt, sugar and fat.

FSSAI asked food product companies to lighten the use of salt, sugar and fat.
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In order to promote safe and healthy food, food regulator FSSAI asked the food industry to voluntarily reduce salt, sugar and saturated fats in packaged food products because it will take about one year for circulation of labeling norms. Food Safety and Standards Authority (FSSAI) started the 'Right Writing Movement' program to improve public health and lifestyle diseases. Edible oil industry, bakery and FMCG companies, including Nestle India, HUL and Patanjali, have committed to reduce the level of salt, sugar and fat in food products.

In order to start and popularize this campaign, FSSAI has taken a short video to film actor Rajkumar Rao who encourages common people to eat salt, sugar and fat less. The video will be broadcast on television channels and will be broadcast via social media including other mass media.

FSSAI CEO Pawan Kumar Agarwal said on the occasion of the launch of this movement, "We have come with a draft of food labeling regulation which is currently with the health ministry." On this occasion, top executives of Nestle India, Patanjali and HUL He said, "It will take at least one year to arrive in its operation.

Until then, it is a suitable time for the food industry to improve their products. Speaking on this occasion, Vijay Raghavan, Principal Scientific Advisor of the Government said that there is a need to reduce salt, sugar, fat with change in lifestyle and need more based on plant-based, natural diet. There is a big role in supporting this movement of the world, therefore the synergy between the government, civil society and the industry is important for its success.
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