Credits: Time Magazine

Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has sealed 6 food outlets over unhygienic conditions and the use of unhealthy ingredients.

PFA inspected various sites on Tuesday, coming across 6 which eventually had to be sealed.

The sealed outlets include Asad snacks, Asad Foods, Pak Shireen and Qasr e Shireen, Saifran restaurant in Rawalpindi.

On the other hand, Al-Aziz water supply in Chakwal was fined with Rs. 55,000 for not making proper cleanliness arrangements and hygienic environment for several outlets.

The PFA team also conducted a raid in different areas of Jhelum and imposed fines of Rs. 33,000 on several outlets.

Director-General, PFA Muhammad Usman had appealed citizens to purchase quality and ratified products from reliable stores. He added that customers can contact PFA for complaints.

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