Food safety training for vendors at PGI

  • | Sunday | 15th September, 2019

ibune News ServiceChandigarh, September 14As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, Hindustan Unilever Limited organised Food Safety Training and Certification (FOSTAC) training of food vendors for implementing the Food Safety Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) supported programme on “Eat Right Campus” at the PGI here today. The PGI is the first medical institute in India to organise FOSTAC training, wherein all food business operators inside the campus were approached for this purpose. This training also co-hosted the 15th capacity building and training workshop for street food vendors. They also received free medical check-up by doctors of the community medicine, PGI. These included 40 doctors, medical/nursing/food technology/hotel management students, paramedical, 50 staff members of eating outlets inside the PGI campus and 19 street food vendors of Chandigarh.

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