Jeddah .. Removal of 15 sheds for selling camel milk in the Al-Masarra neighborhood

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Its risks are 100 times greater than “pasteurized” .. and “Al-Ghamdi” calls for raising awareness

A committee headed by the Ministry of Environment, Water, and Agriculture office in Jeddah Governorate, consisting of the Al-Mulaiseh sub-municipality, the slaughterhouses department, the public benefit markets, the Health Protection Department, the Cleanliness and Waste Management Department of the Jeddah Governorate, and the Governorate Police and the branch of the Ministry of Trade and Investment in Makkah Al-Mukarramah region have removed 15 hangars to sell camel milk on the road in the Masara district in the south Grandmother.

This campaign is a continuation of the efforts made to eliminate the phenomenon of selling camel milk on public roads.

Eng. Saeed Jarallah Al-Ghamdi, Director General of the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture, branch of the Ministry of Environment, Makkah Al-Mukarramah, said that the committee participated in its entire equipment to stand on sites and remove barns violating spraying, disinfection and sterilization with pesticides, and took the necessary pledges and declarations on the owners of violating camels not to repeat them in the future, and the committee ended its work Preparing the minutes of the incident.

Al-Ghamdi called for raising awareness among consumers, especially phenomena and practices, some of which may cause great harm to their users without their knowledge.

“Al-Ghamdi” stressed the prevention of the sale and circulation of contaminated camel milk on the roads, and called on citizens to report street vendors, by phone, the Central Information and Emergency Room at 8002470000.

It is noteworthy that the risk of diseases caused by consuming raw milk is 100 times greater than the risk of developing the same diseases in the case of pasteurized milk, and that raw milk is responsible for the incidence of more than half of the foodborne diseases.





Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture
Jeddah Municipality
A barn for selling camel milk

Jeddah .. Removal of 15 sheds for selling camel milk in the Al-Masarra neighborhood

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A committee headed by the Ministry of Environment, Water, and Agriculture office in Jeddah Governorate, consisting of the Al-Mulaiseh sub-municipality, the slaughterhouses department, the public benefit markets, the Health Protection Department, the Cleanliness and Waste Management Department of the Jeddah Governorate, and the Governorate Police and the branch of the Ministry of Trade and Investment in Makkah Al-Mukarramah region have removed 15 hangars to sell camel milk on the road in the Masara district in the south Grandmother.

This campaign is a continuation of the efforts made to eliminate the phenomenon of selling camel milk on public roads.

Eng. Saeed Jarallah Al-Ghamdi, Director General of the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture, branch of the Ministry of Environment, Makkah Al-Mukarramah, said that the committee participated in its entire equipment to stand on sites and remove barns violating spraying, disinfection and sterilization with pesticides, and took the necessary pledges and declarations on the owners of violating camels not to repeat them in the future, and the committee ended its work Preparing the minutes of the incident.

Al-Ghamdi called for raising awareness among consumers, especially phenomena and practices, some of which may cause great harm to their users without their knowledge.

“Al-Ghamdi” stressed the prevention of the sale and circulation of contaminated camel milk on the roads, and called on citizens to report street vendors, by phone, the Central Information and Emergency Room at 8002470000.

It is noteworthy that the risk of diseases caused by consuming raw milk is 100 times greater than the risk of developing the same diseases in the case of pasteurized milk, and that raw milk is responsible for the incidence of more than half of the foodborne diseases.

January 22, 2020 – 27 Jumada I 1441

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Its risks are 100 times greater than “pasteurized” .. and “Al-Ghamdi” calls for raising awareness

A committee headed by the Ministry of Environment, Water, and Agriculture office in Jeddah Governorate, consisting of the Al-Mulaiseh sub-municipality, the slaughterhouses department, the public benefit markets, the Health Protection Department, the Cleanliness and Waste Management Department of the Jeddah Governorate, and the Governorate Police and the branch of the Ministry of Trade and Investment in Makkah Al-Mukarramah region have removed 15 hangars to sell camel milk on the road in the Masara district in the south Grandmother.

This campaign is a continuation of the efforts made to eliminate the phenomenon of selling camel milk on public roads.

Eng. Saeed Jarallah Al-Ghamdi, Director General of the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture, branch of the Ministry of Environment, Makkah Al-Mukarramah, said that the committee participated in its entire equipment to stand on sites and remove barns violating spraying, disinfection and sterilization with pesticides, and took the necessary pledges and declarations on the owners of violating camels not to repeat them in the future, and the committee ended its work Preparing the minutes of the incident.

Al-Ghamdi called for raising awareness among consumers, especially phenomena and practices, some of which may cause great harm to their users without their knowledge.

“Al-Ghamdi” stressed the prevention of the sale and circulation of contaminated camel milk on the roads, and called on citizens to report street vendors, by phone, the Central Information and Emergency Room at 8002470000.

It is noteworthy that the risk of diseases caused by consuming raw milk is 100 times greater than the risk of developing the same diseases in the case of pasteurized milk, and that raw milk is responsible for the incidence of more than half of the foodborne diseases.

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