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Commerce Begins Food Inspection

by News Manager

MONROVIA: As part of its ongoing efforts to ensure a conducive and effective business climate for Liberia, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI), commenced an inspection of business houses across Liberia.

The one-month inspection began on Monday, August 29, and will be concluded on Friday, 30th, September, 2022.

According to a release, the one-month nationwide inspection will affect fresh frozen food products, dairy products; building materials, stationery and beverages (drinks).

The release, signed by the Communications Director at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Jacob N.B. Parley, says the inspection will be carried out on a daily basis from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday to Friday.

The release says the objective of the nationwide inspection is to remove from the Liberian market, all products that are unwholesome and hazardous and is also in line with the Ministry’ frantic efforts to discourage unfair practices in the business sector of Liberia.

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry is therefore urging all business entities that fall in the category, as indicated in the release to cooperate with its Inspectorate Division to avoid embarrassment.

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