Seshego SAPS recovered expired groceries at a local spaza shop on Friday. The station CPF warns the community of seshego Capricorn district to refrain from buying groceries at their local Supermarkets. This after they conducted operation where they found expired groceries. They say they removed them from the shelves. All groceries was taken to the police and destroyed.
It is extremely disheartening that there are some people who only care about their cash float and do not care what they are lack of concern can do to people's health. It is so sad that sometimes that fate will be changed so people it's for food unknowingly and some of them and up finding themselves ill. As community members we should always report those shops which sell such products because that detrimental to our health. The law enforcement officers did a very good job by taking away these groups because they could have done a lot of damage to people.
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