FSSAI doesnt know what its doing

Today we see an attached announcement that FSSAI will partner with alexa to teach children how to eat healthy.

It is a ridiculous example of how to be in news fssai will keep announcing these useless initiatives. How many homes in india have alexa 20000 if that.

You wouldnt do anything that addresses artificial ripening, artificials sweeteners, rampant adulteration that affects a billion people but u will announce these fancy sounding initiatives to come in the news. Seriously?? more  

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Bad example! should not be encouraged more  
I agree with you, it is most useless thing for FSSAI to promote others business. FSSAI should get involved to the job it has been assigned to. more  
it is never detrimental to tie up with technology. Internet of things and Artificial intelligence is the future. Homes having Alexa are prone to have enough money to spend on junk food items. Lower middle class cannot afford Alexa but they can't afford high quantity junk food either. Plus point is to approach through technology. May be in near future bots become dietitians rather than Humans. Govt. deptts. which have erased human interface using technology have experienced success on both sides of table the Govt. as well as Public. Let's not be cynical and see what the efforts result in. more  
Dont criticize FASSAI. If it teaches thru Alexa, it is good.
Why do u criticize Artificial Sweeteners, Ms.Kaur ? They are good for health as they help us avoid Sugar. Fassai is doing good work more  
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