Written by Pavani Hapuarachchi
31 Mar, 2021 | 8:09 am
COLOMBO (News 1st): The two bowsers of substandard Coconut oil seized by Sri Lanka Police in the Divulapitiya area will be handed over to Sri Lanka Customs on Wednesday (Mar. 31) for further investigations.
The two bowsers will be handed over to Customs officials in Colombo today (31), Sri Lanka Police said.
According to Police, the two bowsers containing 55,000 litres of substandard Coconut oil belong to Edirisinghe Edible Oil (Pvt) Ltd, which is one of the companies said to have imported substandard Coconut oil.
Investigations are underway to determine whether the two bowsers of Coconut oil seized during operations in Divulapitiya are of the consignment that was ordered to be re-exported given the substandard quality, Police further noted.
Authorities have instructed Ali Brothers (Pvt) Ltd., Edirisinghe Edible Oil (Pvt) Ltd., and Katana Refineries (Pvt) Ltd. to re-export 13 consignments of Coconut oil that were found to contain cancer-causing elements harmful for human consumption.
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