Last week, we reported the closure of Krispy Kreme in Lagos over use of expired products .
A statement from the Consumers Protection Council (CPC) has affirmed the permission of Krispy Kreme (Doughnuts) by the National Agency for Food, Drug, Administration and Control (NAFDAC) to continue operation.
It would be recalled that Krispy Kreme’s Victoria Island, Lagos branch was shut down on August 8th following a quality inspection exercise conducted by NAFDAC and CPC. The inspection resulted in the shut down of the offices after it was discovered that expired products were used for production.
Krispy Kreme have now met safety standards hence the decision by CPC and NAFDAC to allow operations again according to a statement issued and signed by its director general, Babatunde Irukera, CPC.
See statement below: