Smuggled animal feed and drugs value over 50 million baht seized

Officers from the Department of Livestock Development (DLD), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Consumer Protection Police (CPPD) carried out a raid on an animal feed store in the Lak Si district in Bangkok and seized smuggled animal feed and veterinary drugs to the tune of 50 million baht.
Covert -general of the DLD, Sonchuan Rattanamangkalanon, reported that the raid occurred on Monday, March 13, and the authorities found over one hundred varieties of smuggled animal feed and medicines. The officers confiscated the merchandise and deliberate further laboratory tests to ensure their quality and safety.
According to the report, the owner of the shop, whose identity has not been disclosed, faced 4 costs together with
The DLD and FDA acknowledged that they might strictly investigate and crack down on smuggled animal feed and veterinary drugs, especially those bought on-line, to stop the effects on the quality and safety of livestock products and customers.
The authorities identified that farm house owners and residents have a tendency to buy animal feed and drugs via social media and e-commerce platforms and may be lured into shopping for low-quality or toxic merchandise like leanness-enhancing agents. Moreover, online channels have additionally been used to promote the services of faux or unlicensed veterinarians..