The provincial food watchdog officials action saved nearly a hundred thousand children from infectious diseases
LAHORE: Nearly a hundred thousand children escaped infectious diseases after the Punjab Food Authority raided a local warehouse on Thursday and got hold of rotten chocolates.
In the provincial food watchdog's raid, 80,000 kg worth of chocolates were recovered.
The authorities recovered two trucks full of expired edibles, set to be dispatched to Faisalabad and Lahore.
The people would allegedly repack the chocolates after using chemicals to remove fungus from them, authorities came to know.