Supermarket Manaus are fined for selling losers or products unfit for consumption

Entre as irregularidades estão carnes com prazo de validade vencido, ovos sem identificação de procedência, among other items.
24/04/2018 15h59 - Updated 24/04/2018 15h59
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inspection teams of the State Program of Protection and Consumer Guidance (Procon-AM) fined three supermarkets in the eastern zones neighborhoods, Central South and West of Manaus, by various irregularities.

In an establishment located on Avenida Brigadeiro Hilário Gurjão, neighborhood Jorge Teixeira, in the East of the capital, the teams seized 8,5 kg of pork with expiration date expired, Besides 1.140 eggs without identification of origin and validity, and more 30 items unsuitable for consumption.

In the supermarket located on the street Celso Machado, Flores neighborhood, Centro-Sul, tax identified more than eight kilograms of bovine cheese and kid also without identification of source and validity, and others 26 inappropriate items for consumption.

The operation ended after a visit to one of the stores of a large supermarket chain, Father Augustine's Avenue Caballero, Santo Antonio neighborhood, West Zone of Manaus. The inspection, this property in particular, answered the complaint registered by consumers with the Procon-AM.

There were collected over 400 eggs without identification of origin and validity, 9 kg of chicken cuts fractionated for establishing and several dairy trays and losers meat or unfit for human consumption.

All the seized products were removed from the marketing area and were unused. The meat unfit for consumption were collected and made available to the Department of Health Surveillance (Foreign exchange), because it is a product that involves risk to public health.

The surveys are conducted in the capital and in the State. for complaints, Procon Amazon offers phones 0800 092 1512 e 3215-4010.

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