Expired meat recovered from Karachi eatery under probe over siblings' death.

KARACHI -- The restaurant sealed in Karachi at the weekend following the death of two minor siblings, also had its godown sealed after food authorities said they found expired meat and squash bottles in their custody.

The brothers had died on Sunday after dining out with their parents at Arizona Grill restaurant and consuming candy from a shop outside Chunky Monkey amusement park, according to police officials. Abrar Shaikh, the director for operations of food authority, had subsequently sealed the restaurant.

The food authority today raided the restaurant's godown as well where it found long-expired food products.

"Hundreds of sherbet (squash) bottles that were a year past their expiry dates and around 80kg of rotten meat were found," Shaikh said.

"Three-year-old meat was being served to the customers," he added.

Shaikh, in his earlier report submitted to the Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, had stated that the...

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