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Commissioner of Customs (Imports) , Chennai Versus M/s Damco India Pvt. Ltd.

2016 (7) TMI 415 - CESTAT CHENNAI

Import of foods items - goods failed to comply to the food safety law, most particularly prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and Rules made there under - confiscation of goods - levy of redemption fine and penalty - Held that:- the food safety .....

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es were not drawn in the present case for analysis. But the adjudicating authority has pointed out that section 5 (ii) and Section 2 (IX) (k) of Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 prohibits import of miss-branded food items into India. Under s .....

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f the very smallness of the demand involved and finding violation of food safety law, redemption fine and penalty being also very meagre, we do not interfere to the adjudication. - Revenue appeal dismissed. - C/00046/2012 - Final Order No. 40903/2016 .....

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at the goods entered into India were food items and such goods failed to comply to the food safety law, most particularly prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and Rules made there under. That law requires labelling of the goods. Without such lab .....

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ctional authorities have held that cookies are allowed to be imported without scrutiny, he shall also allow the appeal of the respondent. That not being acceptable to law, Revenue has come in appeal praying to sustain the adjudication setting aside t .....

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e requirement of labelling. 3. Heard both sides and perused the records. 4. The food safety law has provision for safety of consumers and certain norms are prescribed to be followed for import of the food items. Therefore, the deviation of the law ha .....

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