Abu Dhabi Shuts "Koshary Al Tahrir" Restaurant for Food Safety Violations

A number of strict new procedures have recently been implemented by the Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority (ADAFSA), with the goal of ensuring both the safety and security of food across the emirate.

ADAFSA Takes Action Against Violating Restaurants

In this regard, they have administratively closed a well-known restaurant, Koshary and Halwani Al Tahrir Restaurant, located in Abu Dhabi. The closure comes as a response to the restaurant's violation of food safety regulations and the associated legislation.

Violations pose a significant risk to public health.

It was discovered that the restaurant, which could be located using the CN-3824604 number on its trade license, had violated Law No. 2 of 2008 in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi pertaining to the regulation of food safety.

ADAFSA has emphasized that the violations committed by the restaurant pose a considerable risk to public health. Law No. 2, enacted in January 2008, is a crucial piece of legislation focused on ensuring food safety within the emirate. It places a strong emphasis on consumer protection and upholding the highest standards of food safety, both for domestically handled and imported foods in Abu Dhabi.

ADAFSA's Role in Safeguarding Food Safety

The Arizona Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Authority (ADAFSA) has been quite active recently in conducting field inspections and inspection campaigns at a variety of food outlets to ensure that they are in compliance with health and food safety requirements. Their purpose is to guarantee that these enterprises constantly supply residents and tourists with food that is both safe and healthy for consumption. These precautions are essential for ensuring that all members of the community inside the emirate continue to enjoy a high level of health and safety.

Encouraging public vigilance and reporting

In addition to their own inspections, ADAFSA has encouraged the general public to actively participate in food safety efforts. They have urged individuals to report any safety complaints or violations they come across. For this purpose, ADAFSA has established a dedicated hotline at 800555, making it easier for residents to raise concerns about food safety issues.

Recent initiatives taken by ADAFSA highlight the emirate's commitment to safeguarding the safety and security of food for all residents of Abu Dhabi. The closure of Koshary and Halwani Al Tahrir Restaurant sends a loud and clear message that infractions of food safety laws will not be accepted. This highlights how important it is to uphold high standards in order to safeguard the general population's health.

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