World Food Safety Day 2021 : "Safe Food Today for a Healthy Tomorrow"

Food security determines that each person living on the world should get an honest diet in order that no one's health is affected, all can lead a healthy life.

World Food Safety Day 2021  : "Safe Food Today for a Healthy Tomorrow"
World Food Safety Day 2021

Every day people consume many foods. Food safety ensures that each stage of the organic phenomenon , from food to its production, processing, storage, distribution, preparation, is safe for people's health. With this objective, per annum World Food Safety Day is being celebrated to form people aware.

Food security determines that each person living on the world should get an honest diet in order that no one's health is affected, all can lead a healthy life. Even today, in many countries, people get food whose quality isn't up to the mark. This diet makes people sick which is becoming a matter of concern for the entire world.

Theme of World Food Safety Day 2021 : The theme of World Food Safety Day 2021 is "Safe Food Today for a Healthy Tomorrow". This year's theme emphasizes the standard of food. If today we take good food within the sort of diet then our tomorrow are going to be better too, we'll be healthy. Last year no topic was decided regarding today therefore the theme of the year 2018 was considered that which was 'Food Safety, Business for All'.

This is the third year that the planet goes to celebrate today within the year 2018, it had been announced by the United Nations General Assembly to celebrate World Food Safety Day and since then today has been organized per annum on 7 June. thanks to the Corona epidemic, today was organized online last year. This year also it's to be celebrated online.

This work has been done by India has been nominated by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and therefore the World Health Organization to market food security. the primary State Food Safety Index has been developed by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India to supply safe food. A special tool 'Raman 1.0' has also been brought into action to detect adulteration in edible oil and ghee in but a moment .