Containers used to color kidney beans in green in order to sell them as fresh, found in a warehouse in Jahilieh, on Friday, April 17, 2015. (The Daily star/Agriculture Ministry)
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Lebanese authorities Friday shut down two warehouses in Mount Lebanon over food safety violations, the Agriculture Ministry announced in a statement.Separately, a warehouse for spices and thyme production was also closed due to food safety violations in the Aley district town of Dohat Aramoun.The warehouse, owned by Mustafa Rannan, was located in the basement of a building currently under construction, the ministry said. However, when called from the driver's phone, Rannan denied again that he owns a warehouse and ended the call, the ministry's statement told.
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