Sabato, 22 Settembre 2018

Six accused of food-service fraud in Naples


Naples, July 2 - Italian police on Tuesday stopped
six people accused of fraud as food-service providers to
hospitals, nursing homes and schools in Naples.
A probe into crimes against the public administration
through catering operations alleges corruption in public bids,
as well as the supply of expired and spoiled food to children
and the elderly.
House arrest, restrictions on movement, suspension from
public office for suspected racketeering were placed on
businessmen, hospital managers, and healthcare workers.
Paramilitary Carabinieri police also seized documents from
53 different people and entities on Tuesday.
Investigators believe the food service racket began in 2009
with a company called Puliedil Srl, a hospital and school food
service operator.
Puliedil allegedly avoided inspections thanks to collusion
and corruption among public officials.
The food service operation is accused of supplying food
that did not conform to contractual obligations in quantity,
quality or type.

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