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FSSAI Registration Service

FSSAI Registration Service
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Target LocationPan India
Country Of OriginIndia

FSSAI Registration
 FSSAI RegistrationEvery business owner dealing in food products has to secure the FSSAI License from the relevant authority. This license is a 14-digit number which provides proof that the business follows standards related to quality as per the requirements of the FSSAI. Quality of products would not only be determined by their substance, but the packaging, manufacturing and food processing would also be considered under the meaning of quality.

FSSAI Registration- An OverviewFSSAI stands for Food Safety and Standards Authority of India. This regulatory body was set up to access the quality standards of business that handles food products. The FSSAI authority is the main regulatory body dealing with issuing of food licenses in India.
This authority was established by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The provisions of the FSSAI Act would apply to this body and all food body operators in India.
To comply with international standards of food safety, this body was set up as an autonomous institution to administer the quality of food in India. This institution ensures that the food is unadulterated and safe for consumption for human beings. Quality checks would be conducted as prescribed by the FSSAI.
Any industry dealing with food products has to secure this license. For instance the manufacturer has to secure this license. Apart from this a other institutions that take part in the food manufacturing process also require this license. Hence, it is crucial to abide by the rules of the FSSAI.

Requirement of FSSAI Registration LicenseUnder the FSSAI Act, 2006 there are specific requirements which have to be complied by every food operator. Under section 31(1) and 31(2) of the Act, every food operator would require to take this license from the relevant authority.
Both the terms FSSAI license and FSSAI registration do not mean the same, as these terms would be determined based on the size of the business. Every business dealing in food products would have to go for an online FSSAI registration.
Previously the registration process for FSSAI was conducted online through Food Licensing and Registration System (FLRS).  Since November 2020, the Food Safety and Compliance System (FosCos) has replaced the previous system (FLRS). This is an important update which is required to be adhered to.

What are the types of food business operator?
  • Manufacturers
  • Fast Food Joints
  • Hotels
  • Banquet Halls
  • Import and Export Houses
  • Airports
  • Airplanes
  • Storage Houses
  • Stall Selling Food Products
  • Units which utilize vegetable oil, cottage mills
  • Dairy Units
  • Slaughter Houses
  • Any other Institution that sells food
Main objectives of taking FSSAI registration

The main objectives of taking FSSAI registration are the following:
  1. To comply with the standards of food quality and safety.
  2. To ensure that raw materials and other products comply with the benchmark on quality.
  3. To reduce any form of adulteration and production of substandard quality of food.
  4. To comply with the standards of transparency and governance of food products.
  5. To improve customer confidence in dealing with food products.
CDG is an ISO 17020 accredited Inspection Service Provider in India and ISO 17025 Accredited Testing Laboratory in India.

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Food License Service

Food License Service
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Location/CityPan India
Country Of OriginIndia

FSAAI has underpinned a stringent operating framework for proprietary food units as most of them operate without any regulations. The authority has not allowed these entities to function without legal consent. It is vital for entities in the food sector regardless of their scope of operation and annual turnover to register with FSSAI.

Key Functions performed by FSSAI in India
  • Outlining rules and regulations pertaining to food safety and awareness
  • Granting food licenses to eligible food businesses
  • Setting out procedures & norms for food testing labs
  • Facilitating recommendations to GOI in outlining new policies
  • Collecting data related to contaminants in food articles
  • Identifying the potential risks in the food sector or supply chain of food
  • Conducting an on-site inspection of the premises dealing with food processing or manufacturing
  • Leveraging rapid alert system for speedy detection of problems with food items available to masses
Potential Benefits of Securing an FSSAI Basic RegistrationDespite being a legal compulsion the FSSAI Basic Registration renders dozens of benefits to the Food business operators. The common benefits of securing FSSAI Basic Registration include
  1. Ensure better customer retention
  2. Instill trust among the target consumer
  3. Allow the business to thrive without legal hassles
  4. Ensure business expansion and better earning
FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards Authority of India) is a premier government body that underpins standards for the selling, packaging, or storage of food items in India. To ensure utmost food safety, the FSSAI has mandated every food business operator to secure an applicable food license. FSSAI functions under the aegis of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and the Government of India. FSSAI outlines various guidelines and standards in accordance with the Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006.

Standards framed by FSSAI are prescribed under Food Safety and Standards (Food Product Standards and Food Additives) Regulation, 2011, Food Safety and Standards (Packaging and Labelling) Regulation, 2011 and Food Safety and Standards (Contaminants, Toxins, and Residues) Regulations, 2011.
  • Dairy products and analogues 
  • Fats, oils and fat emulsions
  • Fruits and vegetable products
  • Cereal and cereal products
  • Meat and meat products
  • Fish and fish products
  • Sweets & confectionery
  • Sweetening agents including honey
  • Salt, spices, condiments and related products
  • Beverages, (other than dairy and fruits & vegetables based)
  • Other food product and ingredients
  • Proprietary food
  • Irradiation of food
  • Fortification of staple foods i.e. vegetable oil, milk, salt, rice and wheat flour/maida

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  • End-to-End Support for the licensing process
  • Ensure seamless paperwork
  • Availability of experienced professionals and field experts for seamless assistance.
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Trademarks Services

Trademarks Services
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CDG provides a trademark service in India.CDG is an ISO 17020 accredited inspection agency in India.

A ‘Mark` may consist of a word or invented word, Signature, Device, Letter, Numeral, brand, heading, label, name written in a particular style, The shape of goods other than those for which a mark is proposed to be used or any combination thereof or a combination of colors and so forth. Subject to certain conditions, A trademark may also be symbolized by the name of a person, living or dead.
For the purpose of registration, A mark chosen should be capable of distinguishing goods or services of one person from those of the others. Further it should not be deceptively similar to an existing mark of another person and not the one expressly prohibited under the Act.
The marks devoid of any distinctive character, or which are only indicative of the kind, Quality, Quantity, Purpose, Value or geographical origin of the goods, or which are marks already in vogue in the trade due to their customary use may not be registered. But these disqualifications do not apply to marks, Which have already acquired distinction due to their popularity and consistent use. Internationally acclaimed brand names are freely available for use in India.

WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF A TRADEMARKUnder modern business condition a trade mark performs four functions :
  • It identifies the goods / or services and its origin.
  • It guarantees its unchanged quality
  • It advertises the goods/services
  • It creates an image for the goods/ services.
Under the Indian trademark law the following are the types of trademarks that can be registered :
Product trademarks: are those that are affixed to identify goods.Service trademarks: are used to identify the services of an entity, such as the trademark for a broadcasting service, retails outlet, etc. They are used in advertising for services.Certification trademarks: are those that are capable of distinguishing the goods or services in connection with which it is used in the course of trade and which are certified by the proprietor with regard to their origin, material, the method of manufacture, the quality or other specific featuresCollective trademarks: are registered in the name of groups, associations or other organizations for the use of members of the group in their commercial activities to indicate their membership of the group.Sound Marks: are those where sound is used to perform the trademark function of uniquely identifying the commercial origin of products or services.

Any person (Individual/ Startup/Small Eneterprise, etc.) who claims to be the proprietor of the trademark can apply for the registration of its mark for goods as well as services. A person may apply for registration of a trade mark to the Trademark office under whose jurisdiction the principal place of the business of the applicant in India falls.
In case, the principal place of business is outside India, then the application can be filed in the Trademark office under whose jurisdiction the office of the lawyer appointed by you is located. In case of a company about to be formed, anyone may apply in his name for subsequent assignment of the registration in the company's favor. Before making an application for registration it is prudent to conduct a trademark search in context of the already registered trademarks to ensure that registration may not be denied in view of resemblance of the proposed mark to an existing one or prohibited one.
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Import Export License

Import Export License
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IEC (Import Export Code) is required by anyone who is looking to kick-start his/her import/export business in the country. It is issued by the DGFT (Director General of Foreign Trade). IEC is a 10-digit code that has lifetime validity. Predominantly importers merchants cannot import goods without the Import Export Code and similarly, the exporter merchant cannot avail benefits from DGFT for the export scheme, etc. without IEC.

Situations Where IEC is Required
When an importer has to clear his shipments from the customs then it’s needed by the customs authorities.When an importer sends money abroad through banks then it’s needed by the bank.When an exporter has to send his shipments then it’s needed by the customs port.When an exporter receives money in foreign currency directly into his bank account then it’s required by the bank.

Benefits of IEC Registration
Expansion of Business
Availing Several Benefits
Easy Processing
No Filing of returns

An Importer-Exporter Code (IEC) is a significant business identification number that is mandatory for import to India or export from India. A person/entity cannot export or import without obtaining an IEC unless specifically exempted. However, IEC is not necessary for services exports, except when the service provider is taking benefits under the Foreign Trade Policy.
Import and export of all goods are free, except for the items regulated by the EXIM policy or any other law currently in force. Registration with regional licensing authority is a prerequisite for the import and export of goods. The customs will not allow for clearance of goods unless the importer has obtained an Import Export Code (IEC) from the regional authority.

Import Policy:The Indian Trade Classification (ITC)-Harmonized System (HS) classifies goods into three categories:
  • Restricted-Restricted items can be imported only after obtaining an import license from the relevant regional licensing authority. The goods covered by the license shall be disposed of in the manner specified by the license authority.
  • Canalized-Canalized goods are items which may only be imported using specific procedures or methods of transport. The list of canalized goods can be found in the ITC (HS). Goods in this category can be imported only through canalizing agencies.
  • Prohibited-These are the goods listed in ITC (HS) which are strictly prohibited on all import channels in India. 
Goods not specified in the above mentioned categories can be freely imported without any restriction, if the importer has obtained a valid IEC. There is no need to obtain any import license or permission to import such goods. Most of the goods can be freely imported in India.

Export PolicyJust like imports, goods can be exported freely if they are not mentioned in the classification of ITC (HS). Below follows the classification of goods for export:
  • Restricted-Before exporting any restricted goods, the exporter must first obtain a license explicitly permitting the exporter to do so. The restricted goods must be exported through a set of procedures/conditions, which are detailed in the license.
  • Prohibited-These are the items which cannot be exported at all. The vast majority of these include wild animals, and animal articles that may carry a risk of infection.
  • State Trading Enterprise

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CDG provides Copyright Registration Services in India. CDG is an ISO 17020 accredited inspection agency in India.

Copyright Registration Services
  • The CRS may be used by anybody who is creating original works of value that they want to protect from being reproduced, sold, or used in any other unauthorized way.
  • You can use our online verification system to validate that a work stating a CRS Registration Number is legitimate. The registration pertains to the work and the individual/organization in question.
  • You can also make copyright registration online retrieval requests if your registered work is the subject of a copyright dispute or if you've misplaced your own copy and need a backup.
  • If you need to pay the IP Rights Office, you can do so using a credit or debit card online.
Copyright is a right given by the law to creators of literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and producers of cinematograph films and sound recordings. In fact, it is a bundle of rights including, inter alia, rights of reproduction, communication to the public, adaptation, and translation of the work. There could be slight variations in the composition of the rights depending on the work. Copyright ensures certain minimum safeguards of the rights of authors over their creations, thereby protecting and rewarding creativity. Creativity being the keystone of progress, no civilized society can afford to ignore the basic requirement of encouraging the same. The economic and social development of a society is dependent on creativity. The protection provided by copyright to the efforts of writers, artists, designers, dramatists, musicians, architects and producers of sound recordings, cinematograph films and computer software, creates an atmosphere conducive to creativity, which induces them to create more and motivates others to create.

Scope and Extent of Copyright Registration
Both published and unpublished works can be registered. Copyright in works published before 21st January 1958, i.e., before the Copyright Act, 1957 came in force, can also be registered, provided the works still enjoy copyright. Three copies of published work may be sent along with the application.
If the work to be registered is unpublished, a copy of the manuscript has to be sent along with the application for affixing the stamp of the Copyright Office in proof of the work having been registered. In case two copies of the manuscript are sent, one copy of the same duly stamped will be returned, while the other will be retained, as far as possible, in the Copyright Office for record and will be kept confidential. It would also be open to the applicant to send only extracts from the unpublished work instead of the whole manuscript and ask for the return of the extracts after being stamped with the seal of the Copyright Office. When a work has been registered as unpublished and subsequently it is published, the applicant may apply for changes in particulars entered in the Register of Copyright in Form V with the prescribed fee.
All kinds of literary and artistic works can be copyrighted, you can also file a copyright application for your website or other computer programs. Computer Software or program can be registered as a ‘literary work’. As per Section 2 (o) of the Copyright Act, 1957 “literary work” includes computer programs, tables, and compilations, including computer databases. ‘Source Code’ has also to be supplied along with the application for registration of copyright for software products. Copyright protection prevents the undue proliferation of private products or works and ensures the individual owner retains significant rights over his creation.
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Trademark Registration

Trademark Registration
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CDG provides a Trademark registration services in India.CDG is an ISO 17020 Accredited Inspection Agency in india.
What Is A Trademark Registration?

In India, law and provisions related to Trademarks are governed under The Trademarks Act, 1999, and the Trademarks Rules, 2002, as may be amended from time to time. Trademark basically means a mark that is capable of being graphically represented and could potentially distinguish goods and/or services of one person from those of others and it may include the shape of goods, packaging, color combination, etc.
“Trademark” may include a device, name, signature, word, numeric value, the shape of goods, packaging or colors, and combination of colors or any combination thereof. Further Section 7 of the Trademark Act, 1999, provides for the classification of goods and services in accordance with the International Classification for the purpose of registration of Trademarks. In order to comply with the said provision, the Trademark registry refers to NICE Classification which can be accessed here. It specifies goods under class 1-34 and services under class 35 to 45. In order to get trademark protection, it is essential to register the trademark. It is not per se mandatory to register a trademark but strongly recommended because it prevents others from copying your mark and misrepresenting other products with your mark.
Trademarks help customers to differentiate a brand from another, and recognize the brand and the brand value in a single glance like the logo of a tick sign for Nike or a jumping wildcat for Puma, and so on. Trademark registration is perpetual in nature. Unlike patents, trademarks do not have an explicitly defined limitation period. Where a patent expires in 20 years, a trademark registration expires after 10 years of its registration but can be renewed again for another 10 years.

The registration of a trade mark confers upon the owner the exclusive right to the use of the registered trade mark and indicate so by using the symbol (R) in relation to the goods or services in respect of which the mark is registered and seek the relief of infringement in appropriate courts in the country. The exclusive right is however subject to any conditions entered on the register such as limitation of area of use etc. Also, where two or more persons have registered identical or nearly similar mark due to special circumstances such exclusive right does not operate against each other.

The Registered Proprietor : The Registered Proprietor of a trade mark can stop other traders from unlawfully using his trade mark, sue for damages and secure destruction of infringing goods and or labels. The Purchaser and ultimately Consumers of trademarks goods and services. The Government: The Trademarks Registry is expected to earn a substantial annual revenue, which is perpetually on the rise.

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