Saudi environment ministry in Jazan conduct mass market inspections

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Fri, 2024-05-10 22:45

JAZAN: The Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture in Jazan has inspected thousands of fish and marine product markets in Jazan over the past four months.

The director of the ministry’s Jazan branch, Eng. Mohammad bin Ali Al-Atif, said the inspections were part of the authority’s work to ensure compliance with health requirements, technical conformity and approved food security standards.

During the 3,228 inspections, field teams confiscated and destroyed 7,830 kilograms of spoiled fish, farmed crustaceans and other marine products unfit for human consumption.

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