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By: National Hygiene  05/12/2011
Keywords: tourism, hospitality, food safety

Employers Urged to Ensure Hygiene Training Standards
Food Safety, and consumer confidence in the hospitality industry’s ability to adequately maintain it, is a key issue facing the tourism and hospitality industry today.

According to a recent Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) report, between 1998 and 2000, there were over 100 outbreaks of food poisoning in Ireland. As a result of this, 2,700 people were ill, 246 were hospitalised and 6 people died.

The question must simply be asked – Why?

Keywords: food safety, Food Safety Authority, hospitality, Hygiene Training, tourism

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