Chamber plea to clear the air on milk controversy

The farmers, milk industry and consumers are all under great pressure, said Vanitha Mohan, President, ICCIC.

“It is time to put an end to this controversy which has been going on for weeks now in the interest of all. The Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006 gives enough powers to the state government to set standards for various varieties of milk. It also has the machinery to enforce these standards and issue certificates of compliance,” she said and pointed out that the recent videos on milk adulteration coupled with the Dairy Development Minister’s statement on the issue had increased the apprehensions in the minds of the public.

Source: The Hindu Business Line


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