Government to launch street food hubs in Goa

Daijiworld Media Network - Panaji (SR)

Panaji, Jun 15: The Goa government has decided to set up street food hubs in four towns.

Addressing the gathering at World Food Safety Day function organised by the directorate of food and drugs administration (FDA) on Friday, health secretary J Ashok Kumar promised that food safety will be the top priority of the ministry.

He also promised to set up a standard operating procedure to deal with hygienic methods of food preparation and storage and it will be given to the directorate of women and child development to be distributed to the anganwadis.

“Bakery associations will also be encouraged to join in the initiative so that bread makers and vendors can be educated about food safety standards prescribed by the FDA. The authorities will also focus on food safety in civil supplies,” Kumar said.



Title : Government to launch street food hubs in Goa


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