Two of the clubs were found using rotten eatables following which a huge quantity of items, including rotten chicken, were destroyed.
District Health Officer Dr Lakhbir Singh Bhagowalia said substandard food items were found at Lumsden Club and Heritage Club.
Besides, the managements could not produce the mandatory licence under the Food Safety and Standards Act.
The department has also asked the clubs to display and follow 12 golden rules for hygiene and cleanliness as listed by Food Safety and Standards Authority of India.
Food establishments operate without licence; safety rules being ignoredTribune News ServiceAmritsar, July 11A team of health officials conducted a surprise check at three private clubs in the city on Wednesday.
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