Bulgarian Police Seize 2,5 Tons of Counterfeit Washing Detergent
On December 22, 2009, Bulgarian police officials seized approximately 2,5 tons of counterfeit washing detergent in the city of Plovdiv in southern Bulgaria.
The washing powder packed into bags and boxes with the labels of well-known brands Calgon, Tide and Ariel, was discovered in a warehouse managed by a 40-year-old Plovdiv resident.
During the inspection, the police seized more than 2,000 filled and 5,000 empty or partly filled boxes.
For more information, please contact Milena Bogoslovova in our Bulgaria office.
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