A notification issued by the Commissioner of Food Safety, Telangana, on Sunday, May 26, announced a ban on the manufacture, storage, distribution, transportation, and sale of Gutka and Pan masala containing tobacco and nicotine. This prohibition, effective from Friday, May 24, is set to last for a period of one year.  The department cited public health concerns as the rationale behind the ban, invoking powers conferred by the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006, and relevant regulations. The notification expressly prohibits the sale of Gutka and Pan masala in any form, be it sachets, pouches, or containers, across the entire state of Telangana. Liquid Nitrogen Banned: Tamil Nadu Implements Ban on Liquid Nitrogen in Food Products, Here's Why.

Gutka and Pan Masala Banned

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