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    Singapore company fined US$7,500 for illegally operating meat and seafood cold storage stores

    • Last Update: 2021-07-31
    • Source: Internet
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       Food Partner Network News   On June 30, 2021, the Food Authority of Singapore announced that Toh Thye San Pte Ltdwas fined US$7,500for illegally operating a meat and seafood cold storage store
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      In October 2020, officials from the Singapore Food Authority (SFA) discovered that Toh Thye San Pte Ltd had been storing meat and seafood products in an unauthorized cold storage
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    The Food Bureau seized about 17 tonnes of frozen meat and seafood, including chicken, duck and fish

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      The Food Authority of Singapore stated that illegal storage of meat/seafood in unauthorized locations will bring food safety risks.
    All meat/seafood storage facilities must be licensed and meet the requirements of the Food Authority and food safety standards

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    Once convicted of illegally storing meat/seafood products, offenders can be fined up to $10,000 or imprisoned for up to one year

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      In October 2020, officials from the Singapore Food Authority (SFA) discovered that Toh Thye San Pte Ltd had been storing meat and seafood products in an unauthorized cold storage
    .
    The Food Bureau seized about 17 tonnes of frozen meat and seafood, including chicken, duck and fish

    .
     
      The Food Authority of Singapore stated that illegal storage of meat/seafood in unauthorized locations will bring food safety risks.
    All meat/seafood storage facilities must be licensed and meet the requirements of the Food Authority and food safety standards

    .
    Once convicted of illegally storing meat/seafood products, offenders can be fined up to $10,000 or imprisoned for up to one year

    .
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