How to buy edible carrier oils from edible manufacturers or food producers in India, which have a wide range of different edible oil brands.
The food safety agency (FSSAI) in Delhi has issued a warning to consumers to avoid buying edible oils from the edible carriers.
According to FSSAI, edible oils that are produced from edible carrier or edible food components can be adulterated and used in non-food-use products.
It said these products can be used in cosmetics, cooking oil, and food.
FSSAID added that consumers should always ensure the quality of the ingredients used in the product.
In India, edible carriers and edible food products are made from edible plant parts such as beans, peas, and lentils, which are dried and blended in a chemical solvent to form edible oils.
In some cases, edible carrier and edible foods are prepared by adding edible plant ingredients such as dried vegetables, nuts, grains, fruits, or vegetables to the solvent.
These edible oils are then processed with a chemical solvents and refined into edible edible oil.
According the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSEI), edible oils can be bought and sold in India.
However, FSSEI said that the FSSEID does not have the power to inspect the products of edible carriers in India and FSSEIA does not check the quality and safety of the products sold in the market.
According TOI, food manufacturers are known to be the major suppliers of edible carrier brands.
Food companies like Hindustan Unilever, Nestle India, Unilevel and L’Oreal, which make edible oils, are known for their high-quality, nutritious and safe food.
The companies also supply edible carriers, which include the brands Hindusthan Unilevar, Nestlé India, Kellogg’s, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Unileve.