EKURHULENI TO LAUNCH MEAT SAFETY CAMPAIGN TO PREVENT FOOD-BORNE DISEASE OUTBREAKS
The City of Ekurhuleni is launching a meat safety campaign to prevent food-borne disease outbreaks caused by poor handling of meat products through the education of communities. The launch will be on Wednesday, 8 June, and followed by other campaign activations on 9 and 10 June.
Environmental health practitioners will, as part of the campaign, visit various food handling premises across the City to reinforce meat handling regulations through education and awareness.
The campaign strengthens the activities already undertaken by the city’s environmental health practitioners through monthly regulatory compliance blitzes.
The campaign will be held under the theme: Safer food, better health.
The campaign activations will be held as follows:
|8 June||09:00 to 14:00||Chris Hani Mall, Vosloorus Meat World New Redruth, Alberton Natalspruit Business Hub, Cnr Hospital & Khotso Street, Katlehong|
|9 June||09:00 to 14:00||Shoprite Superstore; Ses’fikile Mall Heald Street, Daveyton Duduza Rank, Langaville Meat World, Springs Fresh Produce Market, Paul Kruger Highway|
|10 June||09:00 to 14:00||Thembi Mall, Tembisa Kempton Park Taxi Rank Mayfield Square Shopping Centre|