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PFA disposes of 40,000 litres of substandard milk

LAHORE: In a massive operation, Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has disposed of around 40,000 litres of substandard milk from different cities in the province on Sunday.

Director General PFA Noor-ul-Amin Mengal said that trucks and other vehicles were monitored in various cities during the operation.

He said that 9,000 litres of substandard milk was disposed of by Punjab Food Authority officers at the entry points of Lahore.

The Director General  Punjab Food Authority  said that pasteurized milk should be sealed in bottles to keep it in pristine condition and prevent adulteration.

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Deadlock emerges over hike in milk prices in Karachi

The dairy farmers’ attempt to raise the price have remained unsuccessful due to the efforts of the local authorities.  Commissioner Karachi had earlier warned that strict action would be taken against those flouting regulations.

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