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SAFER FOOD PLEDGE ON TAKEAWAYS.

CHINESE takeaways in Merseyside are being given a food safety shake-up.

Sefton council is co-ordinating a project to improve standards.

Environmental protection officers want to make more Chinese food businesses compliant with a Food Standards Agency pack called 'Safer Food - Better Business'.

Under current legislation, every food business in the country has to have a written food safety system in place.

And there is a recommended scheme for food businesses to follow called 'Safer Food Better Business'.

Food Safety Officers from across the region will target 60 Chinese caterers/retailers throughout Merseyside to help them adopt the regulations.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Nov 6, 2008
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