No pork in IKEA Abu Dhabi eatery items, says Food Control Authority
Moose lasagne, which contained 1.6 percent of pork follows in certain nations, not at a bargain in capital
Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) has uncovered that IKEA in Abu Dhabi didn’t have the moose lasagna items, which purportedly contained 1.6 percent of pork follows in certain nations.
Mohammad Jalal Al Rayssi, Director of Communication and Community Service at ADFCA, said in an explanation that IKEA has pulled back 17,000 segments of moose lasagna from its home goods stores in Europe after hints of pork were found in a group tried in Belgium.
“Not long after the news contacted us, we have investigated the eatery and affirmed that the said item was not being served in Abu Dhabi,” Al Rayssi focused.
As Gulf News provided details regarding March 18, the ADFCA affirmed that almond cakes sold at Ikea outlets in the emirate of Abu Dhabi were liberated from coliform microscopic organisms.
Research facility tests on the cakes were led by the ADFCA following the review of two detached clusters of almond cake by the Swedish furniture producer.
The groups, which were pulled back from stores in 23 nations, including the UAE, were supposedly polluted by coliform microorganisms.
Al Rayssi stated, “Our controllers are escalating their activities across nourishment outlets in the emirate in front of the late spring months.”