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Food Safety Agency Inspects Shaurma Units in Tbilisi

Published: August 29, 2013 | 11:30 am
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The Food Safety Agency has begun inspecting shaurma units in Tbilisi. Spokesman Kakha Sokhadze has told TV3 that inspections of this kind are being carried out on an annual basis. According to him, several cases of breaches of norms were revealed during the inspection process. Mr. Sokhadze states that up to 30 fast food units have been inspected by the agency this year, and those sellers of shaurma that were found to breach the norms were either fined 1000 GEL, or even had the trading license taken away from them.
TV3 has sought to obtain comments on the current situation at shaurma units from the owners of fast food establishments, but the latter have declined to be interviewed in front of the camera.

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