“Commerce” defames a facility that sells spoiled, unfit for consumption

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The Ministry of Commerce has declared a branch of a company specialized in the trade of foodstuffs and restaurant supplies in Dammam, and the owner and manager of the branch. This is following a court ruling convicting them of violating the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law, and offering and selling spoiled and unfit for consumption, which is considered a punishable offense considering its danger to the health and safety of the consumer.

The Ministry published the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court in Dammam, including a fine for violators, closing the violating facility, confiscating and destroying the seized products, and defamation by publishing the text of the judgment in two local newspapers at the expense of the violators.

The details of the case relate to the fact that the supervisory teams of the Ministry of Commerce had seized the branch of the facility located in the vegetable market in Dammam, and seized 14 pieces of spoiled chicken strips. It was confiscated and destroyed, and those responsible for the facility were summoned, and the case referred to the Public Prosecution, then to the judicial authorities to apply the punishment for violators according to the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law.

The Ministry of Commerce affirms that it will continue to address the violators of the anti-commercial fraud system, and complete the application of the legal procedures against them in view of the consequent fraud and deception of consumers. The system provides for penalties of up to three years in prison, fines of up to one million riyals, or both, defamation of the offender in two local newspapers at the expense of the violator, deportation of the violating workers to their countries, and suspension and prevention of practicing commercial activity.

The Ministry urges all consumers to submit their reports about the violating establishments through the application of a “commercial report” at the link: https://mci.gov.sa/C-app Or through the Communications Center on the number 1900, or the official website of the Ministry on the Internet.

Ministry of Commerce
Combating commercial fraud

“Commerce” defames a facility that sells spoiled, unfit for consumption

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The Ministry of Commerce has declared a branch of a company specialized in the trade of foodstuffs and restaurant supplies in Dammam, and the owner and manager of the branch. This is following a court ruling convicting them of violating the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law, and offering and selling spoiled and unfit for consumption, which is considered a punishable offense considering its danger to the health and safety of the consumer.

The Ministry published the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court in Dammam, including a fine for violators, closing the violating facility, confiscating and destroying the seized products, and defamation by publishing the text of the judgment in two local newspapers at the expense of the violators.

The details of the case relate to the fact that the supervisory teams of the Ministry of Commerce had seized the branch of the facility located in the vegetable market in Dammam, and seized 14 pieces of spoiled chicken strips. It was confiscated and destroyed, and those responsible for the facility were summoned, and the case referred to the Public Prosecution, then to the judicial authorities to apply the punishment for violators according to the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law.

The Ministry of Commerce affirms that it will continue to address violators of the anti-commercial fraud system, and complete the application of legal measures against them, considering the consequent fraud and deception of consumers. The system provides for penalties of up to three years in prison, fines of up to one million riyals, or both, defamation of the offender in two local newspapers at the expense of the violator, deportation of the violating workers to their countries, and suspension and prevention of practicing commercial activity.

The Ministry urges all consumers to submit their reports about the violating establishments through the application of a “commercial report” at the link: https://mci.gov.sa/C-app Or through the Communications Center on the number 1900, or the official website of the Ministry on the Internet.

August 21, 2020 – Muharram 2, 1442

10:40 PM


The Ministry of Commerce has declared a branch of a company specialized in the trade of foodstuffs and restaurant supplies in Dammam, and the owner and manager of the branch. This is following a court ruling, convicting them of violating the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law, and offering and selling spoiled and unfit for consumption, which is considered a punishable offense considering its danger to the health and safety of the consumer.

The Ministry published the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court in Dammam, including a fine for violators, closing the violating facility, confiscating and destroying the seized products, and defamation by publishing the text of the judgment in two local newspapers at the expense of the violators.

The details of the case relate to the fact that the supervisory teams of the Ministry of Commerce had seized the branch of the facility located in the vegetable market in Dammam, and seized 14 pieces of spoiled chicken strips. It was confiscated and destroyed, the officials of the facility were summoned, the case was referred to the Public Prosecution, and then to the judicial authorities to apply the punishment for violators according to the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law.

The Ministry of Commerce affirms that it will continue to address violators of the anti-commercial fraud system, and complete the application of legal measures against them, considering the consequent fraud and deception of consumers. The system provides for penalties of up to three years in prison, fines of up to one million riyals, or both, defamation of the offender in two local newspapers at the expense of the violator, deportation of the violating workers to their countries, and suspension and prevention of practicing commercial activity.

The Ministry urges all consumers to submit their reports about the violating establishments through the application of a “commercial report” at the link: https://mci.gov.sa/C-app Or through the Communications Center on the number 1900, or the official website of the Ministry on the Internet.





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