Food and Drug Control Center rejects Czech and Vietnamese inedible food cargos
The Food and Drug Control Center has rejected foods cargos, rice, coming from Vietnam saying that the rice contains dead and alive insects inside the packets.
It also rejected a mineral water cargo coming from Czech Republic due to having unfiltered materials that go at odd with the Libyan nutrition rule (10) of 2008.
The Center said that it also refused to accept a cargo chili sauce cans imported from Morocco because they contained seeds and crusts that oppose the Libyan nutrition rule (6) of 1990.
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