YSMO refuses entry of flour shipment unfit for human consumption
Yemen Standardization, Metrology and Quality Control Organization (YSMO) on Thursday refused to allow the entry of a ship loaded with flour shipment that is not fit for human consumption.
The organization said in a press release that the ship, which was prevented from entry, contains a quantity of 76,000 bags of wheat flour violating the approved standards.
The press release indicated that the examination process showed that there were insects and live larvae in the product.
The organization confirmed that it will not allow the entry of any shipments or goods that violate the approved standard specifications into the Yemeni markets through the sea ports and the land ports of the provinces.