FSSAI officers on Friday went on a shock inspection of 38 totally different shops in Tamil Nadu.

On Friday, FSSAI Assigned Officer B. Vijayalalithambigai and Food Safety Officers confiscated prohibited tobacco merchandise from a store in Palladam, Tiruppur.

On Friday, Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) officers seized roughly 27.5 kilos of prohibited tobacco merchandise from 4 totally different outlets, largely round Palladam within the Tiruppur district of Tamil Nadu.

Surprise Inspection of 38 Stores

Vijayalalithambigai, FSSAI’s Designated Officer (Tiruppur), labored with a group of six Food Safety Inspectors in addition to carried out unannounced inspections on Friday at 38 grocery shops in addition to kiosks within the city of Palladam and different districts resembling Devarampalayam, Chinnakarai, and Samalapuram within the taluk. 

During the location go to, the group security officers found pan masala, gutkha, and several other different banned tobacco gadgets in 4 of those inspected shops.    According to Ms. Vijayalalithambigai, the unlawful substances had been seized, and every of the 4 shops has been charged with a effective of Rs.5,000.

She additionally said that they served notices in compliance with the provisions of the Food Safety and Standards Act of 2006. 

She additionally said that the majority of those unlawful tobacco-based merchandise are largely introduced into the district from Karnataka. The quantity of prohibited tobacco merchandise which might be being bought within the district of Tiruppur has been lowered dramatically because of such shock visits and inspections and police crackdowns, she added. 

The Food security and requirements group additionally captured prohibited single-use plastic merchandise from two shops and destructed packaged meals merchandise weighing roughly 4.5 kg that was both expired or didn’t have an expiration date inscribed on the packages.


The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) is a physique established by the Government of India’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) was based below the Food Safety and Standards Act of 2006 and is a consolidated



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