Standards for Food Trucks

These days where we reside there are many food trucks. Most of them sell a lot of food but dont follow any standards in how to store food. In summer weather 43 degrees a lot of people are consuming food and falling sick, recently one truck was shut because of that.

Can there be standards made for food trucks., esp do’s and dont’s.

I dont know if even fssai has any standards. Its public health matter. more  

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A Food vendor should display a permission obtained by the concerned authorities,in the absence of a Display of Certificate,he should be punished and the goods collected should be destroyed.
Its very important that health of a common man is protected well by the Government. more  
Municipal and Police will only come and collect HAFTA. more  
Good point more  
All you have to do is google "Indian Standards for food vending trucks" You will get all the information you need to start one, run one, how to identify a truck which meets the Standards and if it is not meeting the prescribed standards according to the city/town/panchayat with a written complaint (if possible photographs)to "fassai".( WARNING- Make sure that the business is not run as a cover to launder money and the owner is a local thug for your safety). My advise is try to learn the standards required to be adhered which is on the public domain. Use your computer not only for "Facebook" and "WhatsApp". more  
Public should develop awareness and the Municipality Food Inspector should visit and take action against such food vendors, selling at unhygenic conditions. more  
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