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Department stores fined for storing date-expired food items

Sep 26, 2023
A department store has been fined for selling date-expired goods in Pokhara.

NBWIA urges traders to sell jar, bottled water not exceeding set prices

Aug 17, 2023
The Nepal Bottle Water Industries Association (NBWIA) has urged traders to sell jar and bottled water not exceeding the set prices.

Municipality joins hand with STC to ease availability of fertilizers

Dec 25, 2022
The Baglung municipality has reached an agreement with Salt Trading Corporation Baglung distribution branch

Market monitoring during festive season

Sep 27, 2022
A joint team comprising representatives from District Administration Office, Chhayanath-Rara Municipality, District Police Office, Livestock Office, civil society, and media conducted the market monitoring.

Minister Badu directs to make market monitoring effective

Apr 22, 2022
The minister issued the directive to regulate the market in response to the public grievances.

DoCSCP monitors 1,300 business firms

Nov 29, 2021
The Department of Commerce, Supplies, and Consumer Protection have carried out monitoring at 1,355 trade and business firms in the first four months of the current fiscal year (FY) starting July 16.

Satdobato-based SalesBerry fined Rs 50,000 in Lalitpur

Oct 12, 2021
Lalitpur DAO market monitoring team has slapped a fine worth Rs 50,000 to SalesBerry departmental store for selling chocolates and other goods taking undue profit than the maximum retail price (MRP).

Market monitoring intensified in Surkhet

Oct 8, 2021
The District Administration Office, Surkhet, has intensified the activities for market monitoring ahead of the major festivals.

House panel instructs govt to curb black-marketing, price hike

Aug 26, 2021
The State Affairs and Good Governance Committee of HoR has instructed the government to book those involved in unusual price hike of goods and black-marketing as the supplies of substandard goods was belittling public health concerns.

Date expired food items worth Rs 37.3m destroyed

Jun 17, 2021
The Department of Consumer, Supplies and Consumer Protection has destroyed date expired food products worth over Rs 37.3 million in the last 11 months.

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