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    Food safety officials recently conducted inspections in the district headquarters of Nagarkurnool. They checked grocery shops, supermarkets, and hotels in the area. The officials also inspected traders selling mangoes. Food Inspector Manoj issued a warning that strict action would be taken against anyone selling food with chemical ingredients.

    Samples of ingredients found to be prepared with chemicals were collected from grocery shops and hotels. These samples were then sent to a lab for testing. Penalties were imposed on those found to be selling materials made with poor-quality chemicals.

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