FSSAI Registration | Food License Registration2019-03-19T04:57:23+00:00


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What is meant by FSSAI?

  • FSSAI stands for Food safety and standards authority of India which is established under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
  • It is an autonomous body that comes in the Food safety and standards Act, 2006  responsible for protecting and promoting Public Health through the various regulation and supervision of food safety.
  • The FSSAI License basically has been created for laying down science-based standards for articles of food as well as to regulate their manufacturing, storage, distribution, sale, and import to make sure that the availability must be safe.

Benefits of FSSAI Registration

  • It makes the consumer be more alert and informative regarding the quality of the food which they eat.
  • It helps in removing multiple regulations.
  • Provides Logo for the that enhance the brand image of the product.
  • The FSSAI food license helps you to establish your reputation and also qualification to grow your business in a new direction.
  • FSSAI registration makes it easier to get bank loans and for funding which is required for expansion.

Documents required for FSSAI registration

  • Photo Identity of Promoters of the Food Business
  • Evidence of possession of premises (Rental Agreement / Utility Bill)
  • Partnership Deed /Memorandum of Association/ Certificate of Incorporation / Articles of Association
  • A list of Manufacture food products or processed or stored
  • Food safety management system plan
  • Signed and Completed Form-B

Procedure for FSSAI Registration

  • Initially, Form A has to be submitted to the food and safety department.
  • Your application may be selected or rejected by the department within 7 days from the application date.
  • If the application is accepted, you will be granted a registration certificate along with the registration number and photo by the department.
  • Now, every FBO must prominently display the FSSAI registration at the place of business during the working hours. 

FSSAI Renewal

The validity of the Food License issued by FSSAI, the food regulatory body has validity of 1 year and can be extended to a maximum of 5 years. Once the validity of the license has expired, the Food Business Operator(FBO) is obligated and eligible for a food license renewal. The FSSAI renewal procedure is simple and should be done as soon as possible to avoid being penalized. As per the guidelines issued by FSSAI, the food safety registration has to be renewed 30 days before the expiry of the current FSSAI license. At FSSAIFoodLicense, we help FBOs with FSSAI online registration as well as with the FSSAI renewal procedure.

What Happens if I don’t do the FSSAI Renewal?

The FSSAI online registration of the food business is mandatory for compliance with the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006. FSSAI has requested that all FBOs should apply for renewal within 30 days before the current license expires.
If in case, the application for the FSSAI renewal isn’t submitted within the stipulated time, the Food Business is charged a penalty of ₹100 per day that they fail to apply for the same. In addition to this, FSSAI might also decide to deem the license as expired and FBO might have to apply for a fresh license. Not only does this tarnish your reputation as a Food Business in the eyes of the law, but it will also cost your business much more to apply for a new license as compared to filing for FSSAI renewal.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the FSSAI license?
FSSAI is an abbreviation used for Food Safety and Standards Authority of India. FSSAI license or Food License is mandatory compliance before starting any food business. All the manufacturers, traders, repackers, as well as, restaurants also known as Food Business Operators (FBOs ) who are involved in food business must obtain food safety license.
2. What are the types of FSSAI Food license?
There are three types of FSSAI Food license: FSSAI Basic registration, FSSAI State License, FSSAI Central License.
The eligibility for a particular type of FSSAI license depends upon the Annual turnover of the Food Business
FSSAI Basic Registration: For Food Businesses with an Annual turnover of up to ₹12 lakh
FSSAI State License: Food Businesses with an annual turnover between ₹ 12lakh to ₹ 20 crores
FSSAI Central License: FBOs with an annual turnover in excess of ₹ 20 crores
Here, at FSSAI Food license we are committed to providing you with all kind of licenses. Get in touch with now with our swift and smooth FSSAI registration procedure at minimal cost.
3. How to renew FSSAI license?
The statutory food license issued by FSSAI is valid for a maximum time period of 5 years. Before the validity of your current license runs out, it is advisable to get your FSSAI license renewed in order to avoid any hiccups in smooth operations of the business. Food license can be renewed 30 days before the expiry of FSSAI online license. You need to provide your current license number to our team. We will re-file the FSSAI Form A and FSSAI form B for FSSAI renewal.
4. Do I need a common FSSAI for operating in multiple states?
In order to ensure smooth business operations for your food business spanning across multiple states of the country, you will need to obtain a Central FSSAI license for the Main Branch or Head Office and the state licenses for each individual state.
5. How to get a license for a restaurant?
The process for getting a restaurant license or catering license is similar to the other licenses. Apply online at this site for FSSAI restaurant license. FSSAI registration or food license will be sent to your office. Food and safety license for the restaurant can be easily applied online.
6. What are the benefits of getting the Food lIcense?
Consumers become confident of safe food handling and preparation practices of the FBOs
Empowers producers to innovate and keep their standards of food and its quality above par consistently
Helps establish one governing regulation for your products and avoid the hassle of multiple other regulations.
Empowers organizations with the power to free-flowing trade at mass without compromising consumer safety.
FSSAI licensing also assures consumers that food dispensed to them is free from adulterants and is not sub-standard.
7. What is Improvement Notice & who issues improvement notice?
FSSAI improvement notice is a document issued by the Designated FSSAI Officer in case a particular Food Business Operator is found to be in Non-Compliance with the regulations mentioned in Section 32 of the Food Safety and Standards Act of 2006.
8. Can my FSSAI license be suspended?
Yes, the Designated Officer (DO) can suspend your food license if they find that the FBO has failed to comply with the improvement notice issued by them.
9. How does the Designated Officer (DO) check for compliance?
Food Businesses have to undergo a rigorous check of compliance with regulations and rules laid out in the FSS Act of 2006. This check is performed by the Food Safety Officer also knowns as the Designated Officer (DO). After performing a thorough examination of the premises and food handling practices, the DO marks the compliance levels of the FBO as follows
Partial Compliance
Not Applicable/ Not Observed (NA)
10. Can I file an Appeal against the Improvement Notice?
If any FBO has been aggrieved by the improvement notice issued to them by the Designated Officer (DO) they can file an appeal to the State Commissioner of Food Safety. In addition to this, the decision of the State Commissioner can also be put to a challenge with an appeal towards the Food Safety Appellate Tribunal/ High court whose decision will be deemed as final.
11. What is the time frame for making the appeal to the Commissioner?
15 days from the issue of the notice of the decision