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Do you know your Okra from your onions?
Do you know your okra from your onions? With more variety in our shops, the environmental health officer needs to be ahead of the game. What should fresh okra look like? A knowledge and understanding of a broad range of fresh products is needed to ensure quality is at its best for the customer. In a traditional style greengrocers, where fruits and vegetables are often displayed outside of the shop, how does the shopkeeper ensure his produce is kept in good condition? It is not just about the food for sale though, it is also about the storage and then the disposal of the waste.
Could be used in conjunction with food hygiene materials and also with examples of good practice. Could also be used in possible discussion about the changing variety of fruit and vegetables that are available today.
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