The PFA Act (Prevention of Food Adulteration) is an act formulated by the Govt, in 1954. It prescribe the minimum requirements for all categorizes of food. Conditions:
• If the food contain added inferior and cheaper substances.
• If it does not satisfy all the standards prescribed by the authorities.
• If the food is prepared, packed and stored under unsanitary conditions.
These are some conditions which are used by PFA to categorizes food as adulterated.