Local shop allegedly sells rotten food products to the public

2018-08-23 17:25
Screenshot from video

Screenshot from video

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A video showing members of Farmers United of South Africa (FUSA) and officials from the Department of Agriculture busting a local convenience store which is believed to have been selling spoilt food, including baby products that allegedly expired in 2016, has gone viral on social media.

The video which was taken in a shop in Talrton in West Rand, Gauteng, shows community members removing products from the store and alleging that they’re past their sell by date.


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