The Commission ordered Indian Spice World to pay a fine of K500,000 for supplying products which were likely to cause injury to health or physical harm to consumers. An inspection conducted by the Commission showed that the company was supplying products which were either expired or had expiry dates on separate stickers or had no expiry dates. The expired products found on the shelves were as follows: 42 packets of Lays; 4 packets of Bhakharwadi, 2 packets Chana Nuts; Lemon biscuits, Chana Chor, Phalhari and Chiwda. The company also stocked 76 packets of Lays which had expiry dates tagged on removable stickers. This was a contravention of Section 43(1) of the Competition and Fair Trading Act and Section 35(2) of the Consumer Protection Act.