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98 kilos of expired foodstuff confiscated – Municipality issues 45 citations

KUWAIT CITY, June 4: Emergency Teams from Jahra Municipality confiscated 98 kilograms of expired foodstuffs and issued 45 citations for non-abidance to rules of hygiene during sudden inspection campaigns that they launched in shopping and restaurant areas in Jahra Industrial Area, reports Al-Seyassah daily. Share

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Municipality seizes 20,000 chickens, shrimps unfit for human consumption – Disposal area for spoilt foodstuff open, unsecured: sources

KUWAIT CITY, April 8: Kuwait Municipality Thursday confiscated 20,000 imported chickens and a huge pile of shrimps after discovering they are unfit for human consumption. This incident reveals the lack of concern that the ‘traders of death’ have for the health of consumers and the level of corruption in the …

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MoSAL team discovers ‘expired’ goods worth KD 900,000 in co-op

KUWAIT CITY, March 23: Customs officers at Kuwait International Airport foiled a Syrian man’s attempt to smuggle 40,000 narcotic pills which were hidden between cans of sweets. The officers got suspicious after noticing the agitated demeanor of the Syrian who came from his country, so they subjected him to a …

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731 kg of rotten truffles seized

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 18: Inspectors at the Department of Imported Foodstuffs in Kuwait Municipality foiled an attempt to smuggle two tons and 731kg of truffles from an unnamed Arab country via Kuwait airport. Sources from the Municipality said inspectors from the department of imported foodstuffs destroyed the truffles. They noted …

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Asian selling stale fish to restaurants – Foul smelling car gives him away

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 15: Police have arrested an unidentified Asian for selling stale fish to restaurants, reports Al-Shahed daily. A security source said the arrest came after the suspect took his foul smelling car to a garage in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh for repairs and the mechanic called the police. When police …

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