2007-01-31We Either Survive or Die (part II)
One more problem is that the customer cannot protect himself. According to Giorgi Maghradze, representative of the “Georgian Green Movement”, food products are not controlled and everybody acts willfully. “The situation is really urgent. We hoped a new service department will be created, but even it was delayed. Most of food we eat is dangerous for our health.”
2007-01-30We Either Survive or Die(part I)
“Prohibited”, “causes cancer”, “dangerous”, “causes high blood pressure”, “suspicious” and “poisonous”-these are the words from the conclusion of the research carried out on the numerous food products from the Georgian market. The reason is simple-there is no corresponding body to control the products in our markets. We should only rely on the entrepreneurs’ dignity while eating the food they produce.
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