Objective To show the FoSCoS
The basic aims of the Enforcement and Food Safety Scheme (FoSCoS) are:
Forms a district and state-of-the-art food safety matrix
FoSCoS is created to build a forum for the verification of food safety.
The inspection and the operation have begun to decrease time.
This platform provides an evaluation mechanism for a transparent system.
To create a website for inspection reports to be checked and approved.
To guarantee that the inspections are carried out without any variations.
During the food safety emergencies, the FoSCoS mechanism must initiate a rapid response.
A new framework powered by FSSAI.This is version to be launched on 1 June 2020. FOOD SAFETY COMPLIANCE SYSTÉM (FoSCos) Current FLRS has been upgraded to FoSCoS by the FSSAI. This was the only way to make the best use of the FSSAI services in a controlled fashion by our Government.
FSSAI Notification Introduction – FoSCoS
FLRS has been the Food Licensing and Registration Scheme for the FSSAI since 2011. It is the center of the 100 per cent Indian licensing ecosystem spanning all states and UTs. 70 lakh/registrants, released to date, are actively traded in 35 lakhs/registrants. This system follows the current online registration and licensing system. (FLRS https://from the federal state of the art. The US/UT users are scheduled to visit https://foscos.fssai.gov.in and log in with the same account ids and passwords.
In order to make food business facilities simpler and safer to Food Business Operator, the Indian Food Protection and Standards Authority (FFSAI) has moved from FLRS to FoSCoS.
The first stage includes FoSCoS, namely Gujarat, Goa, Delhi, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Chandigarh, Puddy and Ladakh, in nine states and in the territories of the Union.
In accordance with the current FoSCoS online food-registration and licensing scheme, users of these countries/UTs now have to access the FoSCoS official website and log in for all the facilities by the same user identity and passwords.
Food business operators with Indian Railways License/Station Registers and the authorities concerned will be working under the Food Licensing and Registration Scheme (FLRS) until further notice.
Food Business Operators (Pan-India) will continue to receive customer complaints and will have to respond only on a FLRS basis.
Note: Before its updated version is developed in FoSCoS, the FBOs and authorities are expected to visit the FLRS for customer complaint modules periodically.