Hotel awarded ‘food standard’ certificate
Doha, February 7, 2012
Millennium Hotel Doha has received an official certificate for meeting the requirements of hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) in accordance with Codex Alimentarius – a collection of international food standards.
The Codex Alimentarius is maintained by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the UN and the World Health Organisation, and is recognised globally as the point of reference for food safety.
The hotel’s food and beverage department has successfully completed its daily verification and validation of workflow and operations, in order to comply with the regulatory requirements.
The HACCP certificate is valid until December 21, 2014, a statement from the hotel said.
Giorgio Lanfranchi, general manager, Millennium Hotel Doha, said: “We aim to sustain the highest standards of food quality and ensure a healthy and safe environment for food production.”
Millennium Hotel Doha is part of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels; one of the world’s largest hotel companies with more than 120-owned and managed hotels across 20 countries.
The hotel is a popular dining destination for the local community and guests alike, with popular outlets including Lebanese restaurant, Zaman, all-day dining and theme nights at Cosmo, and the relaxed Atrium Cafe. – TradeArabia News Service
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