Thursday , April 2 2020

Sindh Food Authority seals factory, imposes Rs50,000 fine on Karachi restaurant

The Sindh Food Authority sealed a factory Karachi’s Malik Anwar Goth on Thursday that made bakery items in an unclean and sub-standard environment.

The factory was raided and it was found that the bakery items are made using sub-standard ingredients and in unclean setting In Karachi’s Anwar Goth area.

In Lahore, Rs 50,000 fine was imposed on a restaurant in Gulberg because they were caught re-processing used oil. During raid at the factory, it was found at that trays used were rusty and unclean and the oil was unprocessed.

The production unit was also full of dirt and the garbage was freely lying around.

On December 29, the Sindh Food Authority sealed two home-based factories and also a warehouse was raided in Karachi’s Aram Bagh area.

The butter was being made in factories using harmful chemicals. Samples were sent to laboratories for testing.

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