Zaatar (thyme) is mainly used to make manousheh. (The Daily Star/Fathi Masri)
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Agriculture Minister Akram Chehayeb revealed Wednesday that he had ordered shut a factory for mixing wood shavings and harmful additives with its thyme.After shutting down the factory, the owners and workers in the plant will be referred to the judiciary, Chehayeb announced.Chehayeb said Lebanon's Natural Products Company had been producing thyme, spices and other products with manipulated expiration and production dates.Chehayeb shut down a part of Salim Khoury's shop in the Bekaa village of Saghbin for selling expired products and storing beans and other edible goods near fertilizers.
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