Sibu Ramadan Bazaar organiser will shut down stalls selling sub-standard fare


SIBU: Stall operators selling food at the Dataran Tun Tuanku Bujang Phase II Ramadan Bazaar here will be ordered to shut their stalls immediately if found to be selling low-quality, dirty or spoilt fare.

Sarawak Deputy Education, Innovation and Talent Development Minister Datuk Dr Annuar Rapaee (pic) said operators would be barred from operating for two weeks.

Visitors can lodge complaints directly through the organiser’s Whatsapp contact, which will be made public soon, regarding the cleanliness and qualify of products sold at the bazaar, which is jointly organised by the Nangka state constituency service centre and the traders association, with the assistance of two other business associations.

"When complaints are received, we will ask the health department to conduct inspections, and we will also do our own checks. If the complaint is true, we will order the stall to shut down immediately for two weeks,” he said in a media conference on (Feb 25).

All 108 stalls will be issued a number that will need to be displayed clearly in front of their stall to make it easy for visitors to lodge complaints should they be dissatisfied with the products they bought, he said.

Dr Annuar added that stall operators are also reminded to ensure the products they prepare are of quality, clean and not spoilt to avoid stern action being taken. – Bernama

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