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79 shops caught selling expired food, cosmetics

Hefty fines, including the permanent closure of shops, shall be imposed on violators.

A sum of 79 outlets in Ras Al Khaimah were discovered offering expired items, including food items and cosmetic products, as indicated by the RAK Municipality. 

The shops were a piece of the 1,519 food and health establishments that the municipality had examined all through December 2018, said Shaimaa Al Tunaiji, acting supervisor of the Public Health Department. 

"Up to 110kg of various things, including 62.35kg sustenances and 48kg cosmetics, were seized and pulverized for being lapsed or unfit for human use," Al Tunaiji said. "No outlet was closed down, yet 53 shops were issued cautioning letters." 


The group had completed 412 nonstop examination battles crosswise over Ras Al Khaimah in December, she included. 

A few outlets in Ras Al Khaimah turn hard of hearing ears to tedious alerts, said Al Tunaiji. She cautioned that heavy fines, including the changeless conclusion of shops, will be forced on violators. 

"The RAK district's monitors handle with zero resistance any infringement identified with individuals' wellbeing. They watch out for all nourishment and wellbeing foundations over the emirate," she said. "More examination crusades will be propelled to gain a superior power on the RAK markets."

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