The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) cases to have seized 12,000kg unwholesome chocolates and snacks from a production unit on Kasur Road.
DG Irfan Memon said the authority made a move against the organization for not referencing the assembling date on items and neglecting to create a record. In the interim, chocolates and chips were preserved in the open area for packing, he said.
He said it’s mandatory for any food business oprator (FBO) to dispose of the out dated edibles rather than the store according to the PFA Act. He further said the PFA was fair-mindedly managing all FBOs and its activity would proceed against violators without any difference.
The chief general additionally said detailed rules were accessible on the PFA site for FBOs’ direction.
He guided the FBOs and assembling organizations to observe the standards and guidelines alongside guaranteeing the assembling procedure according to the cleanliness standards characterized in the law, he included.