An uproar about donkey meat in Amman... and the government denies: Do not mislead the citizens!
The Food and Drug Administration in Jordan denied what is being circulated on some social media sites about selling donkey meat in the Jordanian capital, Amman.
A wide uproar has affected the communication sites in Jordan, characterized by extreme anger, and sometimes irony, after activists circulated about the discovery of donkey meat in butcher shops in the Marj Al-Hamam area, south of the capital, Amman.
In a statement, the Foundation confirmed that what is being circulated is incorrect, denying the existence of such practices in meat selling facilities in all regions of the Kingdom.
The statement stressed that all food establishments are subject to strict periodic control by the control and inspection teams.
The Foundation called for investigating the truth, adhering to accuracy and objectivity, and ensuring the accuracy of information before circulating it;
To avoid misleading the public.
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