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PFA launches crackdown to stop sale of infected baby milk “Lactalis”

Lahore : Punjab Food Authority has imposed completely ban on the sale of “Lactalis” brand products in Punjab after revealing “Salmonella” bacteria in a leading milk brand till completing survey report and coming its outcomes.

In this wake, PFA has launched vigorous crackdown and limited Lactalis into warehouses during checked dozens of shops throughout the Punjab including Lahore, Rawalpindi, Jehlum, Sialkot, Sargodha and other districts here on Tuesday. Over two thousands tins of milk have been removed so far from different stores, tells provincial watchdog.

Director General PFA Noor ul Amin Mengal has said that Lactalis sale will be completely banned till not submit report from officers. He said that further action will be taken about strategy and future of brand under the light of recommendation in the report. He said that several cases have been reported about effects of this product on children in France. Salmonella virus is a result of virus infections spread in the result of tripe diseases of animals. This bacteria may cause severe diseases including diarrhea, vomiting and stomach cramps in children.

Mengal has appealed parents please do not use Lactalis’s products till coming report.

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