Keeping up with their banning spree, Punjab Food Authority has sealed down the pickle section of Shezan International’s Bund Road factory. The shocking post shared by PFA on their official Facebook account shows extremely unhygienic and germ-infested environment.
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According to PFA, the place was host to fungal growth in raw carrots and turnips, unhygienic drainage system, improper screening of pickle processing area and other multiple health issues. The incident will definitely affect Shezan’s brand image and sales.
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Food industry in Lahore has found itself in hot water as Punjab Food Authority (PFA) continues to seal outlets and slap heavy penalties, causing sales to slash down by a shocking 50 percent.
From Avari to Fat Burger, Pearl Continental to Gloria Jeans; none has been spared from PFA’s nosy crack down against substandard conditions in the hotels, cafes and restaurants of the city.
A sudden backlash by the restaurant owners has erupted in Lahore. Claiming to slander them on social media, the outraged owners accused PFA of charging false accusations on popular eatery brands and exposing a deceptive side of food scene in Pakistan.
Meanwhile, PFA Director Operations Ayesha Mumtaz has made it clear that the campaign will continue to unleash the businesses who failed to adhere to the rules and regulations of food inspection.