This combo picture show expired food found in a warehouse in Ashrafieh, Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014. (The Daily Star/ISF, HO)
BEIRUT: Police confiscated large quantities of spoiled food during a raid of a warehouse in the Beirut neighborhood of Ashrafieh, the Internal Security Forces said in a statement.
Members of the ISF along with a unit from the Economy Ministry's Consumer Protection Directorate searched the building after receiving a tip off.
Police consequently confiscated large quantities of expired meat and chicken, the statement added.
A delegation from the Health Ministry also went to the warehouse to inspect the goods.
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