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Spalding mini market to have licence reviewed over evidence of 'unsafe food' and 'unlicensed/foreign medicines'

Mini market Fantasia, in Spalding, is to have its premises licence reviewed following information from police.

Lincolnshire Police have applied to South Holland District Council to review the licence of the store, on Bourne Road, after gaining evidence ‘in relation to unlicensed/foreign medicines under the Human Medicine Regulations 2012.’

The application from police for the review also adds that evidence has been received in relation to ‘marketing unsafe food past the ‘use by’ date under article 14(1) of EU regulation 178/2002 and regulation 19 (1) of the Food Safety and Hygiene Regulation 2013.’

Mini market Fantasia in Bourne Road, Spalding.
Mini market Fantasia in Bourne Road, Spalding.

It states the review is on the grounds of the licensing objectives: the prevention of crime and disorder, public safety and the protection of children from harm.

South Holland District Council’s licensing committee will meet to discuss the future of the supermarket’s licence later this month.


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