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Min­istry mon­i­tor­ing sale of dates dur­ing Ra­madan

New Straits Times - - News -

HASHINI KAVISHTRI KANNAN PUTRAJAYA hashini@nst.com.my

CON­SUMERS’ safety is the top pri­or­ity when it comes to sell­ing dates dur­ing Ra­madan, a dealer said. A man­ager at Mah­naz Food in a shop­ping com­plex here said they would en­sure only qual­ity dates were sold.

The man­ager, who iden­ti­fied her­self only as Faezah, said the store im­ported dates from only cred­i­ble dis­trib­u­tors.

“This is to en­sure that the prod­ucts we sell are of top qual­ity and safe for con­sump­tion.”

She said cus­tomers could sam­ple the dates to make sure they were happy with the qual­ity.

“On top of that, we al­low our cus­tomers to re­turn the goods if they are spoilt.”

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