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National Food Agency of Georgia Fined Gurjaani Agricultural Market

24.12.2013
 
Mikheil Mamalashvili 

National Food Agency of Georgia has fined Gurjaani agricultural market with 400 lari for the third time already. Market director Lamara Akopashvili said the reason of fining was poor sanitary-hygiene norms and lack of temperature regime for the realization of meat.

The director said several individual entrepreneurs do not allow them to repair the market. “Sanitary Service of the National Food Agency has fined the market for the third time already. The reason is poor sanitary norms. We also know that we do not have relevant conditions in the market but several individual entrepreneurs do not allow us to improve conditions here; they permanently sue us at the police. The Agency gave us time to improve the shortcomings but I doubt we will not manage to improve everything in the fixed time,” Lamara Akopashvili said.

The National Food Agency set January 20, 2014 as deadline for the market to improve sanitary and hygiene conditions in the market. Unless the conditions are improved, the market administration will have to pay additional 1200 lari. 
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