source: alkhaleej

The Consumer Protection Department at the Umm Al Quwain Department of Economic Development closed a pharmacy during inspection campaigns on markets in the emirate, after discovering that there were 770 muzzled spoofs in it, and the source is unknown, does not contain the name of the country of origin, as well as not meeting the specifications and standards approved in the state
The inspection campaigns in the emirate also included the closure of two restaurants, as they did not adhere to the conditions of home delivery, during the national sterilization program, and warning 35 pharmacies in the emirate to raise prices on consumers. The department also established a direct line with inspection personnel to receive any complaints from consumers, on the number 0567304566
Juma Jassem Ahmed, Head of the Consumer Protection Department, said that the campaigns reflect the department’s keenness to achieve the ideal balance in preserving consumer rights, and not to tamper with prices, as the department carried out inspection campaigns in various regions of Umm Al Quwain, which included commercial activities, which resulted in a number of violations, It varied between non-compliance with the commitment made to the department or the instructions, conditions, and controls issued by it

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