The Ministry of Commerce announced Saturday it had the Almarai diary company recall a number of its products from market shelves again for the third time because the company changed and extended their product label’s expiry dates.
Almarai had added two days to the products shelf life.
The ministry said on Twitter that it will refer the case to the Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution.
A ministry official said earlier that the ministry will continue naming and shaming those companies who receive verdicts for commercial violations. The ministry will also continue announcing the names of companies who were issued verdicts by the Board of Grievances.