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115 kg expired foodstuff seized

KUWAIT CITY, April 10: The Emergency Team of Ahmadi Municipality removed ten violating camps during wide inspection campaigns in south desert areas of the country, reports Al- Seyassah daily. The Public Relations and Media Department of Kuwait Municipality explained in a press statement that the municipal teams will continue monitoring …

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72 kilos fish destroyed, citations issued in raids

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 19: The centers for monitoring food establishments and markets at the Monitoring and Follow Up Department in Kuwait Municipality carried out a series of surprise inspection campaigns in Al-Rai, Qibla, Mubarakiya, Sharq, Bneid Al-Gar and Shuwaikh covering restaurants, central markets, shops and stores in these areas. These …

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Tons of foodstuff unsafe for human consumption seized

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 2: The Public Relations Department at Kuwait Municipality has announced the accomplishments in December 2016, reports Al-Seyassah daily. The department enumerated the achievements as follows: lifted 6,586 cargos of debris, collected fees that totaled KD 27,5291, confiscated and destroyed 47.8 tons of expired food products, issued 1,640 …

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Cartons of expired chocolates, tainted fruit released in market

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 26: The Department of Imported Foods recently released a cargo of expired chocolate, which apparently belongs to a relative of one of the officials of the department, says Al-Seyassah. According to sources, the cargo contained 41 cartons of chocolate which did not have an expiry date but …

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2,810 tons ‘unfit’ food wasted

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 23: Officials from the Food and Markets Inspection Unit affiliated to Municipal Services Investigation and Follow-up Department at the Capital Municipality recently destroyed 2,810 tons of foodstuffs, reports Al-Seyassah daily. Director of the sector Eman Al-Kandari revealed that officials embarked on an impromptu inspection campaign in restaurants …

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Over 100 kilos of ‘spoilt’ fish seized, eateries get citations; Lankan held with local liquor

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 21: During a crackdown to ensure the validity of foodstuffs sold to customers by restaurants, stores and central markets, the Markets and Foodstuffs sector of the Municipality has confiscated 140 kilos of fish unfit for human consumption and issued 39 citations for various reasons, reports Al-Rai daily. …

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Tons of spoiled foodstuff, 45 kilos fish destroyed in raids

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 12: The Monitoring and Follow-up Department affiliated to Capital Municipality carried out campaigns against traders of spoiled foodstuffs. It raided a warehouse in Shuwaikh area and confiscated and destroyed 1.523 tons of spoiled foodstuffs. It also held a campaign in Souk Mubarakiya during which it confiscated and …

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‘Traders selling adulterated food will face tough action’ – ‘Plan to address flying pebbles issue’

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 7, (KUNA): Minister of State for Municipal Affairs Mohammad Al-Jabri on Friday warned promoters of food unhealthy for human consumption would face firm punitive action. Manipulators with food supplies, during a recent campaign, have been referred to the public prosecution, pending further legal action, said the minister while …

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Tons of spoilt food seized in Rai raids

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 29: Emergency Municipality Team affiliated to Capital Municipal Branch raided foodstuff storages in Rai area in cooperation with the Public Relations Department of the Municipality. The raid resulted in confiscation and destruction of 4 tons of expired and spoilt foodstuff, and closure of the stores. Director of …

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25 kg fish destroyed in raids

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 22: Food and market inspectors from the Department of Inspection and Followup of Municipal Services at Capital Governorate issued 15 citations and confiscated and destroyed 25 kg of fish during an inspection campaign they organized in Mubarakiya and Mirqab areas particularly in warehouses, butcheries and souks, reports …

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