Indian food products have been banned by the government in India for more than a decade, but many of them are still being sold and adulterated by importers and exporters.
In the last year, the country has seen an increase in cases of adulterations, mostly involving imported products.
The crackdown by the state-run Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has made food products even more dangerous for consumers.
Edible oils are one of the most popular adulterants, with most imported products being made from oils made from oil that is not from the country.
The Indian government has banned most imported edible oils as well, but it is still making some imports.
This means that some importers are able to get away with adulterating products.
India has banned some imported edible oil in some states as well.
Read more about the edible oil scandal here.
Food safety is not the only concern.
The FDA is also cracking down on importers who have exported and imported adulterant products to the country without approval.
In May, the FDA said it would not allow import of adulters if they are not made with food safety standards.
India is not alone.
There are also concerns that some countries have imported products that contain adulterates, including Vietnam, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates and Brazil.
These countries are not just exporting adulterate products to India.
Many of these countries have also imported adulters into their own country.
This has caused some health concerns, as some people have been suffering from the health problems that they have been exposed to.
The government has been trying to curb the import of these adulterative products.
However, the crackdown is not without consequences.
Some exporters and importers of imported products have started to turn to illegal methods of smuggling food products, including smuggling food and drugs into India.
The smuggling of adults into India has become a major problem for the government, especially as many countries have been caught in the crossfire of this smuggling ring.
Many importers use Indian-made products as an excuse to import adulterats.
According to the government and the National Food Security Act (NFSA), imports of adulted food products will not be allowed.
However the importers will not stop until they get the products approved by the FDA, which is not easy for them.
As the food safety crackdown in India continues, it is important to remember that it is not only imported adulters, but also exporters who are behind this crackdown.
In the next few days, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) will meet to discuss the possible steps to crack down on adulterators.
The government is likely to recommend banning all imported edible products.