KFC fined in Chittagong.

KFC is undoubtedly a costly food shop, people may think I am paying so high and KFC is a renowned food shop, so there should not be any concern about food safety.

But that’s not true, yesterday a mobile court in Chittagong found rotten vegetables and tomatoes in their (KFC’s) refrigerator, and also found that their salad packets don’t have information about the compositions and nutrition facts. The court fined 25 thousand taka, but said they are punishing minimally only to warn them, KFC should be more careful about their quality.

Directorate general of consumer’s right protection Chittagong zone Deputy Director Zobaer Ahmed led this mobile court while rapid action battalion-7 (RAB) and Bangladesh Standard Testing Institute (BSTI) officials co-operated him.

KCF is run by transcom foods ltd. in Bangladesh, it has one centre in Chittagong and six centers in Dhaka (Gulshan, Banani, Dhanmondi, Eskaton, Bailey Road, and old Dhaka). KFC has 15 thousand centers in 109 countries around the world.

Several other food shops, factories and restaurants were fined by mobile courts in the city yesterday.

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