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Saraga International Grocery Store has won the August True Transactions Award for its excellent record of using accurate scales and scanners in its sales of international cuisine and foods and beverages.
"I congratulate the team at Saraga International Grocery Store for their great record of using accurate scales and scanners. Saraga staff work closely with weights and measures to ensure accurate scales and scanners for the benefit of their customers,” Stinziano said.
Saraga International Grocery Store opened in Columbus in 2013 and sells more than 10,000 different kinds of foods and goods to customers from diverse backgrounds. It is located at 1265 Morse Road on the North Side of Columbus.
True transactions award
The True Transactions Award is a recognition given by Franklin County Auditor Michael Stinziano to businesses that have a flawless record of using accurate scanners and scales that have been verified by Auditor’s office Weights and Measures inspectors. It was first awarded in March 2019, and is given out monthly to deserving businesses in townships, villages and cities across Franklin County.
Auditor Stinziano serves as the Sealer of Weights & Measures for businesses in Franklin County, excluding those located in the City of Columbus, and is responsible for the enforcement of all Ohio laws relating to weights and measures. Weights & Measures inspectors protect consumers by checking any weighing or measuring device that is used in commercial transactions at least once annually, including gas station pumps, grocery store scanners and scales, taxi meters, firewood and more.