Make hygienic practices a priority

A worker at a dirty back lane of a restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. Eatery operators need to be aware of the harmful consequences of unhygienic practices — Filepic

I READ with concern the StarMetro report on Feb 26 titled “Filthy eateries with five-star ratings”.

Cleanliness is something that cannot be compromised, more importantly at restaurants, food courts and other eateries.

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