Two Zambeef shops and Shoprite Chipata caught selling expired meat products and chickens.

Chipata Municipal Council has suspended operations for two Zambeef shops because of selling stale meat products.
The local authority has further confiscated expired 96 chicken pieces, 6.7 kilogrammes of loose chicken breasts, 31 packets of offals and 6 kilogrammes of French polony, which did not have expiry dates from the two Zambeef shops and Shoprite Chipata.
Acting Town Clerk Edward Zulu and the Chipata District Commissioner, Kalonga Zulu confirmed the development to Breeze News.
Mr Zulu says a team, which included the Zambia Police was put up to inspect the two Zambeef outlets at the Down Shops and Kapata after having been notified by the public that the meat products being sold had expired.
He says the council has charged Zambeef a penalty fee of 900 Kwacha rebased and have since suspended their operations until certain recommendations are met.
And Environmental health Officer, Hilary Tebeka also confirmed the exercise, which was conducted in the morning yesterday.
And Chipata District Commissioner, Kalunga Zulu has warned the entire food processing organisations to desist from selling expired products.
He says anyone found wanting will face the wrath of the law although government does not want to be seen to be antagonistic.

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