“The decision to suspend circulation of Al Shifa Honey products in markets across Oman pertains to two specific batches and not all of our products,” the business stated.
The withdrawal selection issued by the Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP), is applicable for the batches that had been made on two/1/2016, expiring on two/1/2021 packaged on 1/9/2018, expiring on 31/eight/2023 and weighing 3kg and these in non-compliance with the regular specifications.
In a statement released on Wednesday, the business indicated that it has contacted the Omani authorities to enquire as to the causes for the withdrawal of these items. The business mentioned that the preliminary evaluation of the two batches beneath consideration prove that packaging was created in accordance with the specifications of the Saudi Standards Metrology and Quality Organization (SASO) and GCC Standardization Organization (GSO) No 147/2008 (honey), noting that it has been scientifically confirmed that honey could be exposed to some adjustments due to time or improper storage situations.
The business reiterated its top position in the meals business with its wide selection of brands and items, in certain the Al Shifa honey brand, which, like its other item lines, has managed to earn customers’ self-assurance as a higher top quality, 100 per cent pure all-natural honey and has received the Food Safety Management System certification 22000 and ISO22000.
The business mentioned it will be supplying its clients, shoppers and interested clients with a detailed statement upon issuance of complete outcomes, in order to reassure its clients in Oman, Saudi Arabia and abroad.
The business says that Al Shifa honey is very acclaimed by shoppers in much more than 40 nations and is regarded as 1 of the top international brands. “All of the company’s honey products, in particular the Al Shifa brand, are produced based on the highest quality standards and undergo a myriad tests during the different production stages to ensure their full compliance with the required standards,” the business stated.
Information Source: Muscat Daily