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Date : 28 April 2017
Source : Bernama
The Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism (KPDNKK) has appointed four companies with buffer stocks to supply packaged cooking oil in areas in the country reported to face shortages.
Its minister Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin said this would allow the companies to distribute their buffer stocks to resolve the shortage in the market.
“Traders and the public must report to us if there is shortage of supply in an area because we have buffer stocks.
“The stocks are to resolve the shortage in supply so that the problem will not continue, he told reporters here today after officiating the ‘Varsity Entrepreneurship Skills & Talents’ (VEST) 2017 at Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM).
Hamzah was commenting on reports of shortage of packaged cooking oil in Seremban and several areas throughout the country.
Meanwhile, the Director of KPDNKK in Negeri Sembilan, Ain Arjuna Aziz Zaman, has denied that there is insufficient supply of cooking oil in the state.
She said to date, there has been no complaints from consumers or traders on the matter.
We conduct daily surveillance in the shops and find that there is ready supply of cooking oil, she said.