Possible Adverse Implications of Chemical Migration from Food Pack Materials in India


Senthil Kumar Kurunthachalam

India is fast developing large democratic country in South East Asia with more than 1.2 billion peoples with multitude of culture, language, lifestyle and food habits. The traditional culture in urban India started degrading with respect to life style and food habits (i.e., food preparation, inclusion of new food menu with effect to the modern and foreign culture). Intake of cocktail of chemicals and pathogens by general population is anticipated to increase in India. Considering those aforesaid facts, in this paper some major issues related to Indian modern food culture with special emphasis on chemical migration and food borne illness have been reviewed and highlighted.




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