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Overview of FSSAI License

The term FSSAI stands for the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India. It is the apex body responsible for issuing the FSSAI License or Food License to all Food Business Operators (FBOs). This autonomous body is established under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and is governed by the FSS Act, 2006.

FSSAI has been established to prescribe science-based standards for food articles. It also administers the manufacture, storage, distributions, sale of food products to confirm the same is safe for human consumption. The main objective of the FSSAI Registration is to streamline the food sector and reduce the cases of Adulteration and Substandard Products. For this, the FSSAI License ensures that every food item adheres to the prescribed quality check.

All the Manufacturers, Restaurants, Grocery Shops, Caterers need to obtain FSSAI Food License before commencing their operations. Further, an Import Export Code is required for Import or Export of Food Products.

Concept of FSSAI Registration

According to Section 31 (1) and 31 (2) of the Act, every FBO needs to obtain FSSAI Registration from the FSSAI. The term “FSSAI Registration” is different from “FSSAI License”. Both the concept varies on the nature and size of the Business.

Recently, FSSAI launched an online platform named Food Licensing and Registration System (FLRS) for filling online applications. The purpose of starting the food safety management system was to facilitate FBOs to apply for FSSAI Registration/ License. Moreover, the applicant can track the FSSAI Registration status through the FSSAI website.

An FSSAI License is a 14-digits numeric code issued to the Food Business Operators (FBO) in India. FSSAI license number consists of five parts. Each part provides different details about the FBO such as the producer’s permit and assembling state.

An FBO must mention the FSSAI License Number on the label or food packages. The FBOs need to specify the same in the colour inverse to the background colour.

The validity period of an FSSAI Registration ranges from a minimum of one year to a maximum of 5 years. The FBOs need to apply for the renewal 30 days before the expiry of the license.

Therefore, FSSAI Registration is mandatory for a person dealing in food items as well as any other kind of food business in India.

Who are Food Business Operators?

The FBO denotes a person or business that carries out any activities concerning the manufacture, storage, distribution, and sale of food. It also includes banquet halls with food catering services, import and export of food items, and sale of food additives or ingredients. Further, FBOs are responsible for complying with the provisions of the Act, and any rules and regulations applicable to FBOs.

Reason for Obtaining FSSAI Food License

In India, the Reasons for Obtaining a Food Safety License can be summarised as:

  • To Confirm that the food product adheres to the Quality Benchmarks prescribed by the FSSAI;
  • To Reduce the cases of substandard products;
  • To Increase the level of responsibility of manufacturers towards the customers.

Benefits of FSSAI Registration

In India, the benefits of FSSAI Registration are as follows:

  • Consumer Awareness: Nowadays, people have become vigilant and alert regarding the quality of the product they consume. The level of the same has been increased after the controversy of Maggi Noodles. FSSAI Registration assures the food quality and increases the customer base for the company. Consequently, it helps in developing the brand name of the company.
  • Business Expansion: FSSAI License provides more possibilities and opportunities for expansion at any geographic location.
  • Legal Advantage: The FSSAI Certification gives the chance of legal enforcement for any non-compliance.
  • FSSAI Logo: FSSAI logo acts as a mark of assurance that the product is safe to consume.
  • Government Funding: The FSSAI certification assists the Food Business Operators (FBOs) in obtaining the State/ Central Government Funding.
  • Brand Value: The Brand Value of a company automatically increases once it is FSSAI registered.
  • Recognitions from Government: In India, the government recognises the FSSAI Registration consequential into customer trust and a huge consumer base.

Types of FSSAI License

In India, an FBO needs to obtain a food license of different types from the FSSAI. These licenses vary on the basis of annual turnover, business scale and the nature of the activity. The different types of FSSAI Registration available in India are as follows:

  • Basic FSSAI Registration: It is a basic type of FSSAI Registration needed by the small business persons such as retailers, petty food manufacturers, suppliers and distributors. All the businesses having an annual turnover of Rs 12 lakhs need to obtain this registration.
  • State FSSAI Registration: An FBO with turnover between Rs 12 lakh and Rs 20 crore needs to acquire this license. The same turnover limit is applicable for both the FSSAI State Manufacturing License and FSSAI State Trading License.
  • Central FSSAI Registration: The Central FSSAI Registration is applicable for FBOs, which have an annual turnover above Rs 20 crores. It is also needed to supply food at the government offices or deal with the import or export of food products.

Basic FSSAI Registration

FSSAI State License

FSSAI Central License

The Basic FSSAI Registration needed by the FBOs having turnover up to Rs 12 lakh.

The State FSSAI License is needed by the FBOs having turnover up to Rs 12 lakh to Rs 20 crore.

The Central FSSAI License is needed for the FBOs having turnover more than Rs 20 crore.

Petty Food Business needs this license.

A Medium size Food Business needs this license.

Large Food Business, Suppliers of food at Government Office and Importer or Exporter of Food Products need this license.

Form A is required for obtaining this license.

Form B is required for obtaining this license.

Form B is required for obtaining this license.

Who needs the Food Safety License?

In India, the criteria for different FSSAI License can be summarised as:

  • Basic FSSAI License: The Food businesses working within a single region, area, city or town need to obtain this registration. The criteria to get a Basic FSSAI Certificate are as follows:
  1. An FBO which has a turnover of less than Rs 12 Lakhs. FBO includes wholesalers, retailers, distributors, suppliers, Dhabha, food vending establishments, hawkers, canteen, club, hotel, restaurants, etc.;
  2. Retailers selling food products, with limited operations;
  3. Petty producers manufacturing food by themself;
  4. A stall selling food products;
  5. Businesses engaged in selling food at a religious or social gathering. However, they differ from a caterer;
  6. Cottage industries related to food products;
  7. Production or processing units of vegetable oil by the course of solvent extraction or refineries consisting of oil expeller system. However, the units must not exceed the capacity of 100 litres per day (except meat or milk);
  8. Dairy units engaged in the procurement, collection, handling, chilling of milk. These units must have a capacity of 500 litres per day or 2.5 Metric Tons of milk solids per year;
  9. A slaughterhouse with a capacity of 2 large animals or 50 poultry birds, or 10 small animals per day.
  • State Food License: The criteria for acquiring State FSSAI License can be summarised as:
  1. An FBO which have a turnover between Rs 12 Lakhs and Rs 2 Crores needs to obtain this license registration. FBO includes wholesalers, retailers, distributors, suppliers, Dhabha, food vending establishments, hawkers, canteen, club, hotel, restaurants, etc.;
  2. Dealing with Branded Foods;
  3. Production or processing units of vegetable oil by the course of solvent extraction or refineries consisting of oil expeller system. The units must have a turnover between Rs 12 lacs to Rs 20 crores annually;
  4. Hotels of 4 Star Ratings;
  5. Storages having a capacity up to 50,000 metric tonnes annually;
  6. Dairy units engaged in the procurement, collection, handling, chilling of milk. These units need to have a capacity between 500 to 50000 litres;
  7. A slaughterhouse with a capacity of up to 50 large animals or 150 small animals or 1000 poultry birds per day;
  8. All the remaining food processing units, including re-packers with a minimum of 100 litres to 2 metric tonnes capacity.
  • Central Food License: In India, the businesses required to obtain Central License are as follows:
  1. FBOs with an annual turnover of more than Rs 20 crore need to this license;
  2. Production or processing units of vegetable oil by the course of solvent extraction or refineries consisting of oil expeller system. The units must have a capacity of over 2 metric tonnes per day;
  3. Dhabha, food vending establishments, clubs, hotels, restaurants with branches spread in more than one state, need to acquire Central FSSAI License. Besides this, it must have an annual turnover above Rs 12 lakhs;
  4. Wholesalers that have a turnover of at least Rs 30 crores;
  5. Hotels that have 5-star ratings or more;
  6. 100% of the export units engaged in the production or processing of food;
  7. All Importers (consisting of the import of food ingredients);
  8. All the Caterers who are operating under the Central Government or related agencies such as Airport, Railways, Seaport, Defence, etc.
  9. Cold Storages having a capacity of above 50,000 metric tonnes;
  10. Dairy units engaged in the procurement, collection, handling, chilling of milk. These units must have a capacity of over 50000 litres per day;
  11. A slaughterhouse with a capacity of above 50 large animals or 150 small animals or 1000 poultry birds per day;
  12. All the remaining food processing units, including re-packers with a capacity of above 2 metric tonnes per day;
  13. FBOs engaged in producing a food item, its ingredient or using some new technology. Therefore, it covers those food items that have been introduced in India for the first time.

Documents for FSSAI Registration

In India, the list of documents required for FSSAI Licensing/ Registration can be summarised as: 

  • Common Documents for every FSSAI Registration: The documents compulsory for applying Basic, State and Central Registration are as follows:
  1. A duly complete and signed Form A (for Basic Registration) or Form B (for state or central registration);
  2. 2 lasted Passport Sized Photographs;
  3. PAN Card details of the Proprietor/ Director/ Partner;
  4. A copy of sale deed if the property is owned;
  5. A copy of Rent Agreement if the property is on rent;
  6. A copy of the utility bill, such as Electricity bill or water tax;
  7. A copy of Partnership Deed in case of a partnership;
  8. A copy of COI (Certificate of Incorporation) or AOA (Articles of Association) in case of a company;
  9. A complete list of the food category the business will be engaged in;
  10. Form X for the appointment of persons by the company after passing the Board Resolution;
  11. A copy of Aadhar Card and Voter ID of the Proprietor/ Director/ Partner.
  • State FSSAI Registration: Other than the documents listed above, the documents required for State FSSAI License can be summarised as:
  1. The layout of the proposed site along with the planned placement of machinery and equipment;
  2. NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the owners, together with their details, such as name and address;
  3. A copy of the permit from the Manufacturers of the equipment and machinery;
  4. A list of the machinery and equipment already installed at the site;
  5. Details about each Food Product along with its category in which it is planned to be produced;
  6. Planned FSMS (Food Safety Management System).
  • Central FSSAI Registration: Other than the common documents listed above, the documents required for Central FSSAI License are as follows:
  1. A proof of the Annual Turnover,
  2. The layout of the proposed site along with the planned placement of machinery and equipment;
  3. NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the owners, together with their details, such as name and address;
  4. A copy of the permit from the Manufacturers of the machinery and equipment;
  5. A list of the machinery and equipment already installed at the site;
  6. Details about each Food Product along with its category in which it is planned to be produced;
  7. Planned FSMS (Food Safety Management System);
  8. The Water Analysis Report by an official Laboratory;
  9. Details about the source of procurement for Meat, Milk;
  10. NOC from the Local Authority, as applicable;
  11. Pesticide Residual Report by an official laboratory. If the business is engaged in manufacturing Mineral Water;
  12. IEC (Import Export Code), if applicable;
  13. A copy of the certificate issued by the Ministry of Tourism, if applicable;
  14. NOC from the designated officer of the FSSAI.

Procedure to Obtain FSSAI Registration Online

The steps involved in the FSSAI Registration process can be summarised as:

  • Step 1: All the small scale FBOs need to submit an FSSAI Registration Form A on the website of FSSAI. They also require to pay the FSSAI Registration Fees of Rs 100. Further, they need to attach all the required documents and declarations with the form.
  • Step 2: After that, the operator receives a UARN (Unique Application Reference Number).
  • Step 3: The Registering Authority may either reject or grant the registration within seven days of receipt of the form. If it decides to reject the form, the same can be done only after recording the reasons.
  • Step 4: Before issuing the FSSAI License Registration, the RA may also order an inspection of the premises. It can order the inspection within seven days of receipt of Form. Further, such an inspection needs to be completed in a time frame of 30 days.
  • Step 5: Finally, the Registering Authority grants the FSSAI Registration Certificate.

Process to Obtain FSSAI License

In India, the steps involved in the process to obtain FSSAI License Registration are as follows:

  • Step 1: FBOs with a turnover above Rs 12 Lakhs need to submit Form B to obtain FSSAI License. They also require to pay the FSSAI License fees together with the form. Further, they need to attach all the required documents and declarations with the form.
  • Step 2: After that, the operator receives a UARN (Unique Application Reference Number).
  • Step 3: The issuing authority may order an inspection of the premises. It can order the inspection within seven days of receipt of Form. After the completion of the inquiry, the authority will issue an inspection report.
  • Step 4: Finally, the issuing authority grants the FSSAI License Certificate. The issuance of license needs a time frame of 50 to 60 working days.

Exemption from Obtaining FSSAI Food License

The FBOs on which the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006, will not apply are as follows:

  • A Petty Manufacturer, preparing food items at home for the business purpose;
  • Petty Retailer;
  • Hawker;
  • Itinerant Vendor;
  • Temporary Stall Owner;
  • Small scale FBOs;
  • Cottage Food Industries.

FSSAI License Fees

In India, the fees required to be paid for FSSAI License are:

Type of Application

Fees for One Year

Central Licenses

State License

FSSAI Basic Registration

Application for new FSSAI License

Rs 7500

Rs 2000 to Rs 5000

Rs 100

Application for FSSAI License Renewal

Rs 7500

Varies as per the scale of business

Rs 100

Modification of FSSAI License/Certificate

Rs 7500

Varies as per the scale of business

Rs 100

Duplicate License/Certificate

10% of the prescribed fee

10% of the prescribed fee

10% of the prescribed fee

 

Package Inclusions

  • 14-Digital FSSAI License number.
  • FSSAI eligibility consultation.
  • Application Drafting for FSSAI Registration.
  • Product Category clarification.
  • Online Application submission for Central/State/Basic Registration
  • Timely Follow- up With FSSAI Department.
  • FSSAI Renewal before the expiry.
  • Legal documentation on a need basis.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

An FSSAI License is valid for a minimum of one year and a maximum of five years. It needs to be renewed at least thirty days before the expiry of its validity.

According to the FSSAI (Licensing and Registration) Regulations, 2011, FBOs are granted licenses in a 3-tier system, namely; FSSAI Registration; State FSSAI License; and Central FSSAI License.

In India, the Central Government, along with the Ministry of Health and Family Affairs governs and administers the FSSAI (Food Safety and Standard Authority of India). Its foremost objective is to regulate and keep a check on the quality of the food products or services and businesses engaged in such manufacturing or delivery. It is an autonomous body and derives its power from the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006, to regulate the production, storage, distribution, sales and imports of the Food Items.

No, there are certain exceptions for FSSAI Registration or license. A Petty retailer is exempted from obtaining FSSAI Registration or License. Besides this, the people exempted from obtaining FSSAI License include Itinerant vendor; Small-scale; Cottage; Tiny FBO (Food Business Operator); a temporary stallholder; Hawker; and any such food business.

In India, the Food Manufacturing units need to fulfil certain conditions to obtain FSSAI Registration. Such businesses need to obtain State FSSAI License if they have a turnover between Rs 12 Lakhs to Rs 20 Crore. Conversely, they need to obtain Central FSSAI License if they have a turnover above Rs 20 crores. The Food Manufacturing unit also needs to acquire FSSAI Registration if they fulfil any of the conditions such as Manufacturing Units having a capacity of 2MT per day; Dairy Units Handling Business up to 50000 litres per day; 3 Star hotels and above; Relabelling units; Re-packers; Clubs.

For Multi-Location food business, a separate FSSAI Registration or License is needed. However, Importers are allowed to obtain a single Central License at their Import Export Code address.

No, FSSAI code is 14-digit numeric code.

In such a case, you need to obtain both Central FSSAI License and State FSSAI Registration. A separate State FSSAI Registration is required for each location.

If any FBO (Food Business Operator) contravenes any of the provisions or regulation of FSS Act, 2006, it will be liable to a penalty. Further, the FSSAI Act prescribes punishment for various types of non-compliances.

Yes, as per the guidelines issued by the FSSAI, it is mandatory to display the FSSAI logo and License number on the label or food package. In case of imported food products, the importer needs to display the name and address on a sticker of the product before Customs Clearance in addition to the FSSAI logo and License Numbers.

Yes, the status of FSSAI Registration form can be checked on the official website of FSSAI.

The FSSAI License needs to be renewed at least thirty days before the expiry of the initial license. For this, our FSSAI Consultants would need your current license number. After that, we will fill the Form A and B for the renewal of your food license. Usually, it takes around 30 to 40 business days for license renewal. Further, the fee charged by the government for the renewal is the same as the fee charged for the issuance of a new license.

No, you need to obtain both the Central and State FSSAI License. For the registered office, you will require a Central FSSAI License, whereas separate State Licenses would be required for every manufacturing units in particular states.

Yes, you need to mandatorily obtain a Central FSSAI License for importing food items in India. The address for the license will be the address mentioned on the IEC Code (Import Export Code).

Yes, all the export units need to mandatorily obtain Central FSSAI License for importing and exporting food items.

Yes, the FSSAI license is mandatory for all kind of food-related businesses, including Manufacturing, Trading, Transportation, or distribution.

Yes, all the catering businesses need to obtain the FSSAI License, even the ones which are operating under the central government. The catering businesses working under the Central Government include the ones operating at the Railways and Airport. Further, most of the time, these businesses need to obtain a central license.

Only one FSSAI license is needed. However, all the warehouses need to obtain separate Food Safety Licenses, even if they are located in the same city or municipality.

The FSSAI Registration process for a catering service or restaurant is similar to getting any other FSSAI license.

Section 48 of the FSSAI Act, 2006, contains the information of all the offences and penalties. Further, section 49 to 67 deals with the penalties for Non-compliance.

The term “Recall” denotes an action taken by the Food Business Operators (FBOs) to withdraw any food product from the market which does not abide by section 28 of the FSS Act, 2006.

Yes, as per the FSS Act, 2006, certain FBOs need to file an Annual Return in the prescribed manner.

The Railways designated officers / Food Security Officer grants the FSSAI Registration to the Food Business Operators running under the railway premise.

The Airport Health Organisations (APHO) or Port Health Organisations (PHO) issues the FSSAI Registration to FBOs operating at a seaport/ airport through the Online FLRS (Food Licensing and Registration System).

Yes, all the Food Business Operators, including the medical stores, need to obtain FSSAI Registration/ License.

Yes, any person who wants to import or export from India needs to first obtain an IEC Code (Import Export Code) from the DGFT (Director General of Foreign Trade). After that, he/she needs to apply for a Central FSSAI License for starting the import and export of Food Products from India. One can ask our team to apply for IEC code and FSSAI License.

In India, all the FBOs (Food Business Operators) needs to obtain a Food License. The term FBOs include all the Food Manufacturer; Re-Packer; Retailer; Trader; Wholesaler; Transporter; Supplier; Importer and Exporter, etc.

For Exporting food products outside India, one needs to obtain Central FSSAI License. A Central FSSAI License can be obtained within 10 to 20 working days.

Yes, according to the FSS Act, 2006, if a start-up decides to operate in the Food Sector, it has to mandatorily obtain FSSAI License for commencing its business.

In India, the nature and the annual turnover of the business are the key difference between the State FSSAI License and Central FSSAI License. An FBO can take assistance from our experts to identify the correct Food License as per their requirements.

No, the registration certificate for Basic FSSAI Registration is not valid for the Caterers. They compulsorily need to obtain a State FSSAI License, irrespective of its turnover.

No, one need to obtain separate FSSAI Food License for each location based on the nature and annual turnover of the business.

The term Functional foods denote those products that resemble traditional foods but hold proved physio-logical benefits. In Contrast, Nutraceuticals are the commodities derived from a food product but are used in the form of medicinal and curative pills, capsules or liquids, and again render verified physiological benefits. One can obtain FSSAI Registration or License for the Nutraceutical and Functional Food Product under section 22 of the FSS Act, 2006. Moreover, FSSAI acts as the regulatory body for all the FBOs operating in India.

Yes, the sales related to packaged or sealed water comes under the ambit of FSSAI Act, 2006. Moreover, one needs to obtain FSSAI Registration if he/she is selling or packaging the water bottled. The FSSAI Registration for packaged and bottled water also depends on the annual turnover of the business.

An individual can file his/her complaint about the substandard or unsafe food item to the Food Safety Commissioner of the State. Further, one can visit the state FSSAI office to file a complaint. The contact details about the FSSAI offices can be obtained from FSSAI Website.

According to the FSSAI Act, 2006, a penalty up to Rs 5 lakhs may be levied for breaching the regulations concerning the labelling of Food Items.

Yes, an individual can apply for fresh FSSAI License through the online portal of FSSAI Department. Moreover, the FSSAI License renewal can be done online by submitting Form C. However, in case of Delhi and some other states, after applying online, the applicant needs to submit a physical copy of the duly signed application form together with the receipt of the fees paid to the FSSAI Department.

As per the FSSAI Act, 2006, the compliance for each product needs to be dealt with separately keeping in mind the safety of the community. Therefore, an applicant would require a separate Food license for each product category it can manufacture, distribute or sell the products.

An individual can check the FSSAI Registration status of their application by visiting the FSSAI website. For checking the FSSAI application status, they need to enter the application reference number provided while filing the application.

Yes, an individual needs to obtain FSSAI License for supplying or selling Food Product at the Central Government Offices, such as Army Canteen, Railway, an Airport, etc. They need to compulsorily apply for Central FSSAI License regardless of the annual turnover of the business.

The FSSAI License or FSSAI Registration is valid for a minimum of one year and for a maximum of five years.

Yes, FBOs need to print FSSAI License Number on the food product they sell, distribute or store.

All the FBOs need to submit an annual return to the FSSAI Department by 31st May of the following financial year. The Annual Return involves filing of Form D- 1. Form D- 1 contains details about the business activities such as import or export value or manufactured quantity of the Food Product.

All the petty food manufacturers, such as petty retailer; hawker; a temporary stallholder; or small or cottage scale industry having an annual turnover up to Rs 12 lakhs, need to obtain FSSAI Basic Registration. Further, the FSSAI has launched an online filing and licensing requirement system (FLRS) to facilitate all the FBOs operating in India to apply for the FSSAI License or Registration certificate online. Furthermore, these FBOs can track their applications and download their registration certificates by entering the application reference number on the FSSAI Website.

Firstly, the applicant needs to sign up on Food Licensing and Registration System (FLRS) on the FSSAI website. After that, to apply online for FSSAI License, the applicant needs to provide the basic and company details. For a Central FSSAI License, one needs to pay fees online through debit Card, Credit Card and Net Banking. However, for obtaining State FSSAI License or Registration, the modes of paying fees, i.e. online and offline facility varies from state to state. In offline mode, one can pay the fees through challan or Demand Draft.

As per Central Government regulations, packaging businesses must have a valid FSSAI License or Registration Number for obtaining Food Packaging License. For acquiring Food Packaging License, the applicant needs to sign up on Food Licensing and Registration system on the FSSAI website and apply online for License/Registration. Afterwards, the nature of business for which registration application is filed is chosen. If the applicant is a Manufacturer, Re-packer or Re-labeller, then they need to choose from the kinds of businesses as per their products, such as Vegetable Oil Processing Unit; Dairy Unit including Milk-Chilling Units; Meat processing Unit; or Slaughtering Unit.

To make the payment for State FSSAI License or Registration through Treasury Challan, one needs to first procure the treasury challan from the FSSAI office. The treasury challan must be duly countersigned by the Designated Officer of the respective District FSSAI office. After filling up all the details in the treasury challan, the applicant needs to make payment in the designated bank of the State. For paying fees, one needs to select the option ‘Pay via Treasury Challan’. After that, the applicant has to check challan details such as the amount, Bank Branch Code and Issue Date, etc., which are auto-filled. Thereafter verifying the details, the applicant needs to click on the option ‘Submit’ to complete the online payment process.

A FSSAI Mark is a logo printed together with the License Number on the Food Items sold by FBOs (Food Business Operations) who have obtained FSSAI License or Registration. The mark serves as a symbol of assurance and validity that the food product is secure for the consumers. It also signifies that the FBOs (Food Business Operators) have complied with all the food standards and regulations, as stated under the Food Safety and Standards (FSS) Act, 2006.

As per the Food Safety and Standards (FSS) Act, 2006, FBOs (Food Business Operators) are public or private undertakings that operate for-profit or not, or carry out any of the activities concerning the manufacturing, packaging, processing, storing, distribution, transportation of food, import, or exports. It also includes the people engaged in rendering food services, or selling of food items or food ingredients. FBOs are responsible for guaranteeing that all the requirements of the FSSAI Act, 2006 as laid down by the Food Safety and Security Authority of India, are duly complied with and the said food business is under their control.

In India, FSSAI is an autonomous corporate body established under the regulations of the Food Safety and Standards (FSS) Act, 2006, and is regulated and governed by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in India.

An applicant or FBO (Food Business Operator) needs to FSSAI Online process for obtaining FSSAI Registration Certificate. For that, the applicant requires to visit the official website of FSSAI. After that, fill the FSSAI Registration Form and submit the required FSSAI License documents along with the FSSAI License fee. After satisfying all the requirements, the FSSAI Registrar will issue a FSSAI Registration Certificate.

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