Forum offers food safety solutions
Manama, March 17, 2009
Participants at the first Food Safety Trends in Food Establishments seminar received an introduction to the latest food safety concepts, choosing the food safety level and solutions that they can use for their business.
The seminar, held for the first time in Bahrain, took place on March 15 at the Gulf Hotel.
Held under the patronage of Ministry of Health, it was organised by Hotec Bahrain, a division of SJ Media Group and Reza Hygiene.
“I am glad to see how Bahrain is improving in food concepts,” said Elie Reaidy, director of Hotec.
“I promise that you will see more of these Forums from now on giving Bahrain the lead name in region,” he added.
Brian Prystupa, division manager of Reza Hygiene, gave a talk about food safety trends.
Certificates were also distributed to the participants by the organisers. – TradeArabia News Service
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