Latvia: 10 tons of expired confectionery found in warehouse tied to large chain stores

  • 2016-09-30
  • BNS/TBT Staff
RIGA - The Food and Veterinary Service has discovered a large quantity of relabeled food products in a warehouse of the Triom company in Jelgava — nearly 10 tons of various pastries and confectionery past their expiration dates. The Food and Veterinary Service ascertained that Triom was providing goods to a wide range of retailers, such as the largest chain stores in Latvia — Rimi, Maxima, Mego, and Elvi. While searching the warehouse, the Food and Veterinary Service inspectors uncovered numerous paint strippers, solvents, and other means fo...
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