Latino Businesses Get Good Look at Food Safety

GRAND ISLAND.- “For me it is very important because in my life I had never learned it and now I will always apply it”.

That’s Cenén Lopez finding out about food safety.

According to information from the Rural Enterpise Assistance Project, more and more Latino restaurants are opening in the Grand Island area, making training a must.

Today, at the University of Nebraska Extension office, a free course in food management was offered to business owners or employees.

“The purpose is for employees to know how to prepare food and try to avoid conflicts with health inspectors,” said Griselda Rendón, facilitator of the event.

Ramona López works with food: “The truth is very good talks, they are small details that sometimes you do not see and that are very important because everything has to do.”

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