KARACHI: The Sindh Food Authority (SFA) has decided to impose a ban on sale of poor-quality ketchup and unpacked tea in the province on Tuesday.
According to a notification issued by SFA, two months were given to the traders of unpacked tea to wrap-up their business in the province. No one will be allowed to sale loose tea in Sindh after December 18, read the statement.
The Sindh Food Authority has also enforced a ban on the sale of food items on printed papers or newspapers.
The food quality watchdog has also said that no one will be allowed to sell meat products without a halal certification.
Ban has also been imposed on the sale of food items which have Monosodium Glutamate or MSG in them.