Ban use of newspapers to wrap food : Hindu Janajagruti Samiti memo to Food and Drug Administration

Kolhapur FDA Assistant Commissioner Mohan Kembalkar promises action

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti delegation submitting the memorandum to Assistant Commissioner of Food and Drug Administration Mohan Kembalkar (right)

Kolhapur : Binding food in newspapers is detrimental to the health of people. Chemicals used in the printing ink dissolve when they come in contact with hot foods. If this is ingested, it can impair digestion and can cause many stomach ailments. Hence, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) should issue an immediate order not to use newspaper paper to pack food items. Shri. Kiran Duse and Shri. Aditya Shastri were present.

FDA Assistant Commissioner Mohan Kembalkar assured the delegation that they (the FDA) will initiate appropriate action and issue a press release to inform all the concerned people.

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