COVID-19 and food safety: Food adulteration and wastage continues unthwarted in Pakistan despite supply concerns
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, food and beverage adulteration has continued unhindered in Pakistan with authorities having had to seize and discard thousands of units of dairy, fruits, spices and other items despite continuing food supply fears in the country.
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