Singla said they had sent the cases to the additional deputy commissioner for further action against the offenders.
Till September, the health department had collected nearly 407 food samples, out of which 54 had been found substandard in quality.
Singla also directed the food items retailers to get their licenses as per the new guidelines of the Food Safety and Standard Act before February 4.
He said that under the Act a fine of Rs. one to five lakh could be slapped on manufacturers or sellers doling out substandard edible items.
"Raids will be conducted in the future and strict action would be taken against the offenders," he added.