Abu Dhabi food outlets fined over violations
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, September 18 - 2012 at 12:53
The Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) has said 39 food outlets inspected in the Industrial City of Abu Dhabi (ICAD) have been found in violation of food safety rules after an inspection campaign targeting the labour city and Musaffah's commercial area, Khaleej Times has reported. The campaign, which covered a total of 130 outlets in both areas, found only 27 abiding by all of the food safety regulations, the regulator said. "Some restaurants carried on activities they were not given permission for. Whatever the reasons, they all had the potential to inflict harm on the health of the consumers," said Ahmed Abdul Karim Al Sharaf, ADFCA acting director of communication and community service.
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