Fry’s has been slammed after its pharmacy was accused of running a drug ring that sold “fizzy drinks with ingredients that contained prescription drugs”.
Key points:Fry’s pharmacy was investigated by the Australian Federal Police and the Department of HealthIn a letter sent to Fry’s last week, the department confirmed it had “received a report of suspected illegal drug activity involving Fry’s Pharmacy”In a statement, the pharmacy said the investigation was ongoingThe Federal Government said it was “aware of reports” about a pharmacy in the CBD and said it had launched an investigation into the allegations.
“The Department of Public Health has received a report from the Australian Financial Review and is investigating the allegations,” the department said in a statement.
“This is an ongoing investigation.”
The department said it would not comment further on the matter.
Frys Pharmacy in the city’s CBD was raided by the Federal Government’s national drug and alcohol team in March.
The pharmacy was found to be importing and selling “fizzies with ingredients containing prescription drugs” in some cases.
Fry, which is owned by the Abbott family, has been targeted by a number of investigations in recent months.”
This investigation is ongoing and we will continue to investigate this matter.”
Fry, which is owned by the Abbott family, has been targeted by a number of investigations in recent months.
In April, the Abbott government announced a ban on all forms of cannabis.
“We know that Australians are more than ready to put our heads together and take action on drugs.
We know that we can, and we must, change this nation,” Prime Minister Scott Morrison said.”
Fries Pharmacy is a private pharmacy that is run by the company, Fry’s Enterprises.”
That’s why we’ve announced a crackdown on all drug abuse in our community.”
Fries Pharmacy is a private pharmacy that is run by the company, Fry’s Enterprises.
In March, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) issued a warning against the company’s website and website search engine, Frys, saying it was providing “substantial assistance” to other businesses.
“It has been alleged that Fry’s and other similar businesses operate an illegal drug ring and use their vast reach of marketing power to push drug sales,” the ACCC said in its warning.
“If you are not familiar with the dangers of illicit drugs, it’s important to know the risks involved in purchasing these products and using them illegally.”
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