The Directorate of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection in Damascus today organized an arrest against a restaurant in the Masaken Barzeh area for committing an offense in possession of rotten Kashkaval cheese unfit for human consumption and mold is visible on it.
In a statement, SANA received a copy of it today, the Directorate stated that it has organized an arrest warrant against a chicken shop in the Aisha River region for committing an offense of possessing 12 kg of white ground meat in advance, and another seizure against a meat seller for possessing 14 kg of pre-ground meat, and it also organized an arrest against a butchery in the Dahadil area for committing a violation Possession of minced meat in an amount of 5 kg, and the quantity of meat was duly destroyed, and the control was referred to the competent court to take the necessary legal measures.
In the countryside of Damascus, the Directorate of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection organized 117 ration controls during the last days of Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, involving a number of commercial activities for their owners having committed violations in accordance with Law 14 of 2015, which included possession of unknown source and expired materials in the "makajat" store in clothing and groceries in Douma, al-Nabek and al-Qazzaz. And a new credit
The seizure also affected diesel distributors in Qatana for violations of tampering with lead seals, the absence of data on the tanker, selling at an excess price, as well as a fuel station in al-Qatifa, for the violation of selling at an extra price and refraining from selling.
The directorate’s personnel also seized a supply bakery in Deir Atiyah for the violation of over-priced and approved bread in al-Kiswah due to tampering with the sale of bread, a grocery bakery in Sayyida Zainab for the offense of disposing of food flour, and a reserve bakery in al-Hama, in violation of weight loss, in addition to a restriction related to not announcing prices and selling at an extra price and not highlighting Purchase invoices and presentation of illegal invoices indicating that administrative and legal procedures will be completed against violators.
In Deir Ezzor, the Directorate of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection seized 7 tons of food bread that was collected as fodder bread.
The directorate stated that the necessary rationing controls were organized, the violators were referred to the judiciary, and the quantity was seized in preparation for delivery to the feed institution and the transporter car was seized, and ration control had been organized against a bakery for two violations of weight loss and non-compliance with work dates.
In Tartous, the Directorate of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection seized 400 kg of food flour in a bakery in the Tartous region intended for trade on the black market.
The directorate indicated that the seized quantity was seized and delivered to the mills branch in Tartous after organizing the necessary rationing control and referring it to the competent court, and 38 rationing controls were organized against a number of commercial activities for committing violations stipulated by the law.
In the same context, the directorate’s agents seized a bakery in Safita for the offense of selling at an excessive price, a bakery in Baniyas in violation of weight loss, a bakery in Qadmous in violation of bad bread making, and a bakery in Baniyas for not adhering to working hours, in addition to regulating controls for trading in expired materials and not possessing purchase invoices and issuing irregular purchase invoices. And not announcing prices and selling at an extra price in the regions of Tartous, Safita, and Dreikish, and implementing two closures, the first against a shop in Sheikh Badr in violation of the trade in catering bread, and the other against a fuel station in Safita, in violation of the instructions of the fuel sub-committee in the region for the distribution of diesel.
The directorate confirmed that the necessary seizures against the violators had been organized and referred to the competent court.
In Al-Hasakah Governorate, the Internal Trade and Consumer Protection Division in the city of Qamishli organized, during the past two days, ration controls related to a group of violations, the most prominent of which is the production of bread contrary to the specifications and the trade in food flour.
The head of the division, Muhammad al-Yusuf, stated in a statement to SANA's correspondent today that the seizure included a violation of a private bakery in the city of Qamishli due to refraining from selling and producing bread contrary to the specifications and violation of a private mill for trading in food flour, stressing the intensification of oversight over bakeries and bakeries and receiving citizens' complaints to be addressed.