Saturday 23 May 2015

Tainted meat claims in Bahrain denied

Three ministers were questioned in parliament yesterday amid claims rotten meat is being sold in Bahrain. Industry and Commerce Minister Dr Hassan Fakhro, Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Minister Dr Juma Al Ka'abi an


Tainted dairy stocks removed from market: Fonterra

The chief executive of New Zealand's Fonterra said his future was up to the board of the world's biggest dairy exporter after human error resulted in some of its products being contaminated and shipped around the world. &n


Tainted meat fears spark probe calls

Demand for meat has reportedly slumped in Bahrain amid concerns that tainted supplies are finding their way into the local market. It has prompted calls for international experts to be brought in to conduct an independent inquiry,


Bahrain probes tainted dates

Bahrain's health officials yesterday launched an investigation into a batch of maggot-infested dates. Earlier, Tunisian authorities denied the product was tainted before it was shipped to Bahrain. The Gulf Daily News, our sister ne

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