‘The FEHD’s licensing system for selling ice cream dates back to the days when refrigeration was not universal and the risk of contaminated dairy products was real’. Photo: Felix Wong
Stephen Vines
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Stephen Vines

Overzealous bureaucrats are a threat to Hong Kong’s can-do business reputation

Food safety officials seem incapable of distinguishing between regulations that really matter and the pernickety application of irrelevant, petty rules

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‘The FEHD’s licensing system for selling ice cream dates back to the days when refrigeration was not universal and the risk of contaminated dairy products was real’. Photo: Felix Wong
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