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FOOD SAFETY

Food safety objective of HRANI’s 36th FoSTaC programme in New Delhi
Monday, 03 February, 2020, 16 : 00 PM [IST]
Our Bureau, New Delhi
The 36th Food Safety Training and Certification (FoSTaC) programme was organised by the Hotel and Restaurant Association of Northern India (HRANI) in New Delhi recently. The objective of the session was to train the hospitality aspirants in food safety. The full strength of a class, with 40 participants, attended the training session.

The faculty of the session was Vikas Gupta, professor, Amity University Noida. He informed the participants on various aspects and procedures to keep food safe and the policy framework pertaining to the Food Safety and Standards Act and law.

“I would like to thank HRANI for this initiative. The workshop was very informative and comprehensive. It will go a long way in instilling awareness on food safety,” said Suresh Kumar Rohila, a participant from The Umrao.

“It was heartening to see a good turnout of HRANI members in the session. Food safety has assumed a crucial role in the wake of increasing urbanisation, pollution and changing lifestyles of population,” said Surendra Kumar Jaiswal, president, HRANI.

“We have been conducting the FoSTaC programmes for the last three years in different cities of Northern India. Two of the next three training programmes are scheduled to take place in Jodhpur (at Chandra Imperial on March 14 and 15, 2020), and the third will take place in Shimla (at The Oberoi Cecil on March 28, 2020),” said Renu Thapliyal, secretary general, HRANI.

“We plan on continuing to host these programmes in series so that maximum hospitality professionals from our member units can benefit from it,” she added.

HRANI is the lead training partner for the organised sector in the northern region empanelled by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI). It has been conducting the programmes in all nine states on a rotation basis to facilitate the members of the association.
 
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