Food safety department launches ‘Eat Right Kerala’
| Saturday | 11th January, 2020
By Express News ServiceTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a major move to promote healthy food habits among students, the ‘Eat Right’ campaign was launched by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) which banned the sale of junk food in and around the school.
The Food Safety Department has also come out with the campaign ‘Eat Right Kerala’ which focuses on creating more awareness among students to take up healthy food habits.
A walkathon creating awareness on safe food was held from Kowdiar to Tagore Theatre on Thursday which was attended by students, Food Safety Department officials and nutritionists from the Indian Medical Association (IMA).
More programmes will be conducted in association with the schools in the city to ensure the right food is served.
This campaign will be followed in other districts as well,” said Alex K Isaac, assistant commissioner, Food Safety Department.
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