Inspectors seize expired products in Chinatown
Santo Domingo.- The National Consumer Protection Institute (ProConsumidor) on Tuesday held inspections in several business in Chinatown, which sell products with labels in a foreign language, expired or unfit for human consumption.
ProConsumidor director Anina Del Castillo said inspectors seized 14,920 products in eight establishments Chinatown businesses, which violated the Consumer Protection Law 358-05.
She said the law stipulates that “any supplier of goods or services is required to provide the consumer or user on the label or similar support, , at least in Spanish language, clear, accurate, timely and sufficient information on goods and services offered and marketed in order to protect the health and safety of the latter as well as its economic interests, so as to allow adequate and reasoned choice.”
April 22, 2016
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