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National Agency of Grocery to Set Stricter Regulations on the Food Market

National Agency of Grocery will set stricter regulations on hygienic-sanitary conditions of Agrarian market and supervise the food storage and realization.

The control of the state will be implemented in the whole country and its aim is to prevent intoxication dangers which increase during holidays. 

Since January 2016, National Agency of Grocery has inspected 28 agrarian markets, there were 2 supervisions and 50 recheck. Because of violating some rules, one agrarian market received special indications according to the law. 

On 1st of January, 2016, technical regulations were introduced for agrarian markets and other markets in general.

Regulations have been made for decreasing the risks for population and protecting the rights of the customers which includes providing population with healthy groceries and protection them from contagious infectious diseases