More than 300 kilograms of Rotten Meat and Fish Seized by MCI Inspectors in Hail

01 Jul 2017
MCI Inspection teams seized more than 346 kilograms of rotten meat and fish, unfit for the human consumption, in a food store in Hail.

In details, MCI inspectors carried out an inspection tour on food shops, with the participation of Hail Municipality, resulted in the seizure, confiscation and destruction of 58,300 kg of imported beef, 17,600 kg of sheep meat, 270,300 Kg of rotten fish in one of the shops. All the legal measures had been taken, and the owner was summoned by MCI for further investigation. 

MCI would like to confirm the continuation of its inspection rounds on all commercial institutions and warehouses to ensure their regular work, and to verify the absence of fraud or manipulation practices on consumers, also to eradicate the supply of counterfeit or substandard products in the markets.

MCI calls on all consumers to cooperate and lodge their complaints and observations through MCI Consumer Call Center (1900), or through the application of a Commercial Violation Report, via their smart phones.

Last Modified 25 Dec 2018