145 infringement reports were carried out due to lack of stock, signage, display of prices, expired products and price difference between gondola and box.
More than 150 acts of infraction for non-compliance with the programs Fair Prices and Now 12 were carved out this week, in new control operations in supermarkets and shops of various items in the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires (AMBA)reported this Saturday the Secretary of Commerce.
The area in charge of Matias Tombolini specified that there were 300 face-to-face operations in AMBA supermarkets.
As a result, “145 infringement reports were carried out due to lack of stock, signage, price display, expired products and price difference between gondola and box”specified the Secretariat through a publication on its Twitter account.
In this sense, he added that “62 shops of different items” were visitedamong which were carved “Acts for 12 infractions in a pharmacy and in clothing stores due to lack of display of prices and breach of the program Now 12″as well as “in service stations by octane display”.
This week, missing power cuts were also detected meat included in the program and poor signage are the main breaches that were observed during a series of inspections that were carried out in supermarkets of Avellaneda, Morón, Malvinas Argentinas, Lomas de Zamora, Florencio Varela, San Isidro and the Buenos aires city.
In the four months of the program, the companies that are part of Precios Justos agreed to import for US$ 3.5 billion and were one of the few sectors with an “immediate” approval period.