130 kg of expired and poorly kept meat and fish were exposed in a raid on businesses in the city

Yossi Brown
10 October 2021 | 13:22
Haaretz News, Flashes

During the past week, police officers from the Business Licensing Office at the Rishon Lezion station, in cooperation with the municipal veterinarian in the Rishon Lezion Municipality, carried out business licensing activities against seven businesses, including banquet halls, restaurants and pubs in the beach and western industrial area.

A total of about 130 kg of expired meat and fish were seized and destroyed that were expired or kept in accordance with the required conditions. In addition, two reports of safety deficiencies and seven reports from the Ministry of Health on improper possession of food products were recorded.

The police said: “The Israel Police, in cooperation with other law enforcement agencies, will continue its intensive activities against businesses that hold food products that could endanger public health.”

Photo: Police spokeswoman
Photo: Police spokeswoman
Photo: Police spokeswoman
 
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