The Assistant Director of the Authority, Muhammad Khalifa Al Qemzi, yesterday said the objective was to attain the highest standards in quality control in this sector.
Al Qemzi added that a new scheme ensuring proper preservation of food is currently being applied in the emirate.
The head of the Meat Inspection Section, Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority, Dr Abdulatif Al Dow said the number of butchers in Abu Dhabi is 330 at present.Butcheries, he said, have been classified into three categories A, B and C, during the evaluation process, conducted on the basis of such criteria as hygiene, ventilation, equipment and tools, storage facilities and disposal of waste.
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