Social distancing measures in force at a food court in Tsim Sha Tsui, as Hong Kong battles a coronavirus outbreak. The catering industry aims to roll out a HK$50 million citywide certification scheme for food safety and environmental hygiene to rescue the battered sector. Photo: Sam Tsang Social distancing measures in force at a food court in Tsim Sha Tsui, as Hong Kong battles a coronavirus outbreak. The catering industry aims to roll out a HK$50 million citywide certification scheme for food safety and environmental hygiene to rescue the battered sector. Photo: Sam Tsang
Social distancing measures in force at a food court in Tsim Sha Tsui, as Hong Kong battles a coronavirus outbreak. The catering industry aims to roll out a HK$50 million citywide certification scheme for food safety and environmental hygiene to rescue the battered sector. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Let Hong Kong diners be the judge of food safety standards

  • More food safety rules will achieve little if they are not properly policed. Customers can bring about change by speaking up and only going to restaurants that meet hygiene standards, source responsibly and are accredited

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Social distancing measures in force at a food court in Tsim Sha Tsui, as Hong Kong battles a coronavirus outbreak. The catering industry aims to roll out a HK$50 million citywide certification scheme for food safety and environmental hygiene to rescue the battered sector. Photo: Sam Tsang Social distancing measures in force at a food court in Tsim Sha Tsui, as Hong Kong battles a coronavirus outbreak. The catering industry aims to roll out a HK$50 million citywide certification scheme for food safety and environmental hygiene to rescue the battered sector. Photo: Sam Tsang
Social distancing measures in force at a food court in Tsim Sha Tsui, as Hong Kong battles a coronavirus outbreak. The catering industry aims to roll out a HK$50 million citywide certification scheme for food safety and environmental hygiene to rescue the battered sector. Photo: Sam Tsang
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