A Compilation of Food and Nutrition Laws in Pakistan

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The report “A Compilation of Food and Nutrition Laws in Pakistan” is a comprehensive compilation of federal and provincial laws in Pakistan related to food and nutrition to raise awareness among the general public about these laws and their implications. The report includes a wide range of laws, regulations, and ordinances at both the federal and provincial levels. It covers key laws pertaining to food safety, standards, licensing and control of various foods including perishables, staples and packaged foods. The laws regulate aspects of food production, processing, distribution, storage, import/export and marketing. They mandate standards for hygiene, composition and quality of foods. The laws also provide for establishment of authorities at federal and provincial levels to oversee food safety.

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