“Trade”: Unidentified food was seized in a famous restaurant in Makkah...

The Ministry of Commerce defamed the branch of a well-known company for operating kitchens and restaurants and providing cooked subsistence services in Makkah, following the issuance of a court ruling condemning the facility for violating the commercial fraud and commercial data systems, and possessing spoiled and unknown food products.

The Ministry published the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court in Makkah Al-Mukarramah, including a fine of thirty thousand riyals, confiscation and destruction of the seized products, and defamation by publishing the text of the judgment in two newspapers at the facility’s expense.

The details of the case are due to the fact that the control teams of the Ministry of Commerce stood at the headquarters of the facility located in the Batha Quraish district of Makkah Al-Mukarramah, where the ministry seized food products of unknown source, and other products that were stored in a bad way, and showed signs of corruption and spoilage, including chicken, ground meat, vegetables and spices confiscated and destroyed, and accordingly transferred Violation to the concerned authorities to apply the statutory penalties in accordance with the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law and the Commercial Data System.

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