The Trade Inspection Authority said a recent inspection of 28 pubs and eateries in smaller towns and villages revealed that 16 of them failed to adhere to set norms. Among the failings for which they were fined was undersizing food portions and drinks and failing to properly mark the price of goods. The TIA said it meant to intensify inspections of small eateries ahead of the holiday season.
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