translated from Spanish: Profeco has suspended 68 Mexican for raising price to kilo of tortillas (Video)

Mexico.- For abusing and making the price of a kilo of tortilla between 4 and 6 pesos, relative to the national average, the Federal Consumer Attorney’s Office (Profeco) suspended the sale to 68 tortillerías in the country.
As a result of an operation in Mexico’s 38 major cities, the agency placed suspension stamps on these establishments for “unjustifiably high selling the price of the kilo of tortilla”.
In a statement, Profeco owner Ricardo Sheffield Padilla stated that dystopia that does not respect the average price in the country of 15.50 pesos per kilo, which could pay fines of up to 3 million pesos, is being closed.

?#Operativo In Tampico, @Profeco suspends marketing of tortillería for having an unjustifiably high price: $20 pesos per kilogram.
If you detect irregularities in establishments, report them to: [email protected] #QuédateEnCasaYa
— Profeco (@Profeco) April 3, 2020

The Office of the Attorney General detailed that during the operation, five establishments refused to have the suspension seals placed on them.

In order for suspended to continue selling, they will have to lower the price. Either way, the administrative penalty procedure continues, which could lead to a fine,” he added in the text.

Suspend @Profeco tortillería marketing of Hermosillo, Sonora, for selling at an unjustifiably high price: $25 kilogram pesos.
?If you detect irregularities in establishments, remember to report [email protected] #QuédateEnCasaYa
— Profeco (@Profeco) April 2, 2020

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