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Al Wakra Municipality seizes 4.6 tonnes of spoiled foodstuff

Thursday، 23 June 2022 09:57 PM

Al Wakra Municipality has continued its intensive inspection campaigns on food establishments and seized and destroyed about 4.6tonnes of spoiled foodstuff. The Municipal Health Control Department had monitored seven food establishments and one was found to be unlicensed and violating food hygiene standards. Necessary legal measures have been initiated against the violations.    

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