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Mon, 12 Mar 2018 17:09 - Updated Mon, 12 Mar 2018 17:09

Inadec seizes expired products

Caxito - Several quantities of expired and poorly conserved biscuits, cream, powdered talc and Nescafé have been seized in the last three months in several commercial establishments by the National Institute of Consumer Protection (Inadec) of the municipalities of Dande and Ambriz, province of Bengo.

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Speaking to ANGOP, the director of Inadec in Bengo, Domingos Felgueiras, said that the offenses were registered during a joint action carried out by the supervision boards of Directorates of the Institute, Commerce, Health and Criminal Investigation Service (SIC).

These products will be incinerated in the next few days, in the locality of Bucula, three kilometers from the city of Caxito.

The official reiterated his appeal to the population to denounce the irregularities in the sale of products with deadlines expired or in poor state of conservation.

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