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Concerns raised on goods sold in Vanimo

Staff Reporter 9/12/2013 | |
Concerned customers in Vanimo, West Sepik, are urging the Independent Consumer and Competition Commission, to immediately investigate the quality and prices of all store goods sold there.

Two women shoppers who did not want to be named, say the high price of store goods is forcing locals to buy cheaper Asian products from across the border, which lack nutritional value.

They say, frozen goods like meat and chicken are expensive, especially in Asian-owned shops in Vanimo.

The two women claim, some of these items are out of date, but still being sold, which is unhealthy for customers.

They want an immediate investigation done, to prevent people getting sick from old food stuff sold in the town's shops.

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