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Another supermarket closed in Al Khor for flouting norms

Yet another errant outlet has been shut down by authorities at Al Khor and Al Thakhira Municipality for flouting regulations.
Juma Khamis al-Muraikhi, director of the municipality, issued an administrative decision to permanently close a supermarket for operating without a licence.
The municipality’s inspectors detected a number of other violations as well - pertaining to health requirements - at the supermarket. 
These included lack of health certificate for workers, leaving food uncovered, improper storage conditions for meat and chicken, and the absence of labels indicating the country of origin and validity, among others.


A violation report was issued against the outlet for not complying with Law No 8 of 1990 on the regulation of human food control and Law No 3 of 1975. 
The violator was accordingly referred to the government department concerned for necessary legal procedures, the Ministry of Municipality and Environment said in a press statement.
Al Khor and Al Thakhira Municipality has closed down some 13 food outlets and supermarkets in recent times for operating without licences.
Meanwhile, the MME yesterday tweeted that Al Mazrouah environmental patrols found waste being dumped at an undesignated site and took action against the violator.

Source: gulf-times

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