MEC shuts food outlet for selling rotten fish
June 07 2018 07:59 PM
MEC inspectors putting up a notice at the food establishment.


The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) has closed a food establishment in the Umm Ghuwailina area of Doha for a month for selling and displaying rotten fish.
A violation was registered against the outlet for flouting Article 6 of Law No 8 on Consumer Protection, the MEC said in a statement.
The administrative closure decision will be posted on the ministry's website and published in two newspapers at the expense of the violating party.
The closure came within the framework of intensive inspection campaigns carried out by the MEC to monitor markets and commercial activities in the country with the aim of controlling prices and detecting infringements and counterfeit goods, as well as products not conforming to standard specifications.

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