Restaurants and bakeries in Dahka have begun a 2 day strike in the Bangladeshi capital, they are protesting at a government drive against sub-standard food.
The government campaign is targeting the vendors of unsafe food who are breaching safety standards.
However, the restaurants, fast food chains and bakeries say that the drive was punishing honest traders.
The campaign began two weeks ago, and has led to the jailing of some shop owners and fining of nearly 100 shops.
The campaign has been welcomed by consumer rights groups in Dhaka, who say that the restaurants often use unauthorised chemicals and colours in their food which are harmful and unsafe for human consumption.