Govt Issues Wazwan Advisory, Asks Cooks To Get Registered

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SRINAGAR — The Jammu and Kashmir government has directed traditional ‘wazwaan cooks’ to get themselves registered with food safety authority of the state.

Issuing an advisory, commissioner food safety has asked the cooks to declare their location premises and get registered.

 It also asked people to not allow cooks to use any artificial colorants in preparations.

“Consumers are advised to encourage use of safe and natural colour extracts like Cocks comb, sundried red chillies both at home and functions and festivals by traditional cooks,” it added

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