NAFDAC on surveillance, mops up expired beverages in North Central Zone | The Guardian Nigeria News


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The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) in the North Central zone says it has mopped up varied quantities of expired beverages across the zone.

Prof Moji Adeyeye, the NAFDAC Director-General said this in a press statement on Monday in Abuja following series of complaints from consumers.

Adeyeye said that the beverages had either expired or contained extraneous particles, and were being sold to unsuspecting members of the public.

She said that all NAFDAC state coordinators in the zone were directed to carry out discreet surveillance in their respective states on the products.

“In response to series of complaints from consumers, NAFDAC state coordinators were instructed to carry out discreet surveillance of non-alcoholic beverages.

“The exercise culminated in the mopping up of several quantities of expired non-alcoholic beverages with a street value of about N450, 000 at Terminus Market in Jos.

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Source: Guardian Newspaper