Thai Public Health Ministry warns of raids over alcoholic sweets

 Thai Public Health Ministry warns of raids over alcoholic sweets

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The Public Health Ministry is planning to raid entertainment places and arrest any people they find selling alcohol-infused sweets, which are allegedly being sold to people under 20.

Saman Footrakul, chief of the Tobacco and Alcohol Control Bureau, said the sale of such candies could be in violation of the Alcohol Control Act 2008, which requires vendors of alcoholic products to have a licence. It also prohibits them from selling products to people under the age of 20, at public places or state offices, as well as selling at prohibited times.

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