“Commerce” defames an establishment that offered rotten nuts that are not suitable for consumption

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The Ministry of Commerce has declared a branch of a commercial enterprise in the province of Al-Rass and the owner of the facility that specializes in the trade of nuts, sweets and coffee after a court ruling convicted them of violating the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law and possession and display of spoiled nuts that are not suitable for consumption for sale, which is considered a punishable offense considering the danger they pose to the health and safety of the consumer .

The Ministry published the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court in Riyadh, including a fine, confiscation and destruction of the seized products, and defamation by publishing the text of the judgment in two newspapers at the expense of the violators.

The details of the case relate to the monitoring teams of the Ministry of Commerce initiating a report that was received by the application of a “commercial report” and by standing at the facility’s headquarters, the ministry seized 14 kilograms of spoiled nuts unfit for human consumption as it became clear that there were worms within the presented quantity, and accordingly they were confiscated and destroyed, and the violation was referred to the authorities Concerned with the application of statutory penalties in accordance with the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law.

The Ministry of Commerce affirms that it will continue to control establishments that violate commercial regulations and complete the application of legal procedures against them in view of the consequent fraud and deception of consumers, as the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law stipulates imposing penalties of up to three years in prison and financial fines of up to one million riyals or both, and defamation of the violator In two local newspapers at their expense, and the removal of illegal workers to their countries.

Commerce 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.

“Commerce” defames an establishment that offered rotten nuts that are not suitable for consumption

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The Ministry of Commerce has declared a branch of a commercial enterprise in the province of Al-Rass and the owner of the facility that specializes in the trade of nuts, sweets and coffee after a court ruling convicted them of violating the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law and possession and display of spoiled nuts that are not suitable for consumption for sale, which is considered a punishable offense considering the danger they pose to the health and safety of the consumer .

The Ministry published the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court in Riyadh, including a fine, confiscation and destruction of the seized products, and defamation by publishing the text of the judgment in two newspapers at the expense of the violators.

The details of the case relate to the monitoring teams of the Ministry of Commerce initiating a report that was received by the application of a “commercial report” and by standing at the facility’s headquarters, the ministry seized 14 kilograms of spoiled nuts unfit for human consumption as it became clear that there were worms within the presented quantity, and accordingly they were confiscated and destroyed, and the violation was referred to the authorities Concerned with the application of statutory penalties in accordance with the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law.

The Ministry of Commerce affirms that it will continue to control establishments that violate commercial regulations and complete the application of legal procedures against them in view of the consequent fraud and deception of consumers, as the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law stipulates imposing penalties of up to three years in prison and financial fines of up to one million riyals or both, and defamation of the violator In two local newspapers at their expense, and the removal of illegal workers to their countries.

Commerce 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.

October 12, 2020 – Safar 25, 1442

09:42 PM

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October 13, 2020 – Safar 26, 1442

12:40 AM


The Ministry of Commerce has declared a branch of a commercial enterprise in the province of Al-Rass and the owner of the facility that specializes in the trade of nuts, sweets and coffee after a court ruling convicted them of violating the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law and possession and display of spoiled nuts that are not suitable for consumption for sale, which is considered a punishable offense considering the danger they pose to the health and safety of the consumer .

The Ministry published the judicial ruling issued by the Criminal Court in Riyadh, including a fine, confiscation and destruction of the seized products, and defamation by publishing the text of the judgment in two newspapers at the expense of the violators.

The details of the case relate to the monitoring teams of the Ministry of Commerce initiating a report that was received by the application of a “commercial report” and by standing at the facility’s headquarters, the ministry seized 14 kilograms of spoiled nuts unfit for human consumption as it became clear that there were worms within the presented quantity, and accordingly they were confiscated and destroyed, and the violation was referred to the authorities Concerned with the application of statutory penalties in accordance with the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law.

The Ministry of Commerce affirms that it will continue to control establishments that violate commercial regulations and complete the application of legal measures against them in view of the consequent fraud and deception of consumers, as the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law stipulates imposing penalties of up to three years imprisonment, and financial fines of up to one million riyals or both, and defamation of the violator In two local newspapers at their expense, and the removal of illegal workers to their countries.

Commerce 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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