Is the food you sell safe to eat?
Customers expect the food they buy to be safe to eat. With consumers dining out more and new food trends constantly emerging, it’s more important than ever to increase your food handling skills and knowledge.
Hosted by the Food Regulation Partnership, the next opportunity to attend a Retail and Food Service information session is Thursday 10 November in Sydney.
Join other local retail food businesses, council environmental health officers and NSW Food Authority representatives to learn how to instil a culture of food safety in your food business to keep food safe and your customers free from foodborne illness.
Presentations will include:
Allergens – how to manage them in a retail food business
How to get and keep a 5 star rating through the Scores on Doors program
As this free event includes an open discussion forum, you’ll also have the opportunity to raise issues, ideas, concerns or challenges with food safety professionals.
When: Thursday 10 November 2016
Primus Hotel Sydney
339 Pitt Street
Time: 9:00am - 11:30am
Registrations will commence from 8:30am and morning tea will be served from 8:30am.
If you have any questions about the Retail and Food Service Industry Group, contact NSW Food Authority on 1300 552 406 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note, the group may be photographed / filmed and pictures / footage taken may be used by the NSW Food Authority on the website and in publications. By registering your attendance, you allow the NSW Food Authority to use the pictures / footage as outlined.
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NSW Food Authority
The NSW Food Authority is a government agency that works to ensure food sold in the State is safe and correctly labelled and that consumers are able to make informed choices about the food they eat.