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MARSILING COFFEE SHOP, FOOD HANDLER NO GLOVE & MASK, CLAIM SHE WAS ATTACKED

A coffee shop in Marsiling, located at Block 166 Woodlands Street 13, has recently come under fire for a food handler not wearing a mask or gloves while handling food. The establishment, known for its “King of Fried Rice” dish.

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The incident

A video posted on a social media platform shows a staff member attempting to stop a customer from recording the incident, appearing to be rude in the process. The customer, Teck Hooi, claimed that the staff member later accused him of laying his hands on her, despite the video evidence showing otherwise. Teck Hooi expressed his frustration with the situation, questioning why the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) has not taken any action against the stall, especially since it has a history of violations.

Some commenters have suggested possible solutions to the issue, such as wearing a spit guard instead of a mask, or sending the video to the SFA for further investigation. Others have criticized the establishment for not enforcing proper hygiene practices and regulations, with Tony Kwok questioning whether the restaurant’s staff have ever taken a hygiene course.

This incident highlights the importance of maintaining proper hygiene practices, especially in the food and beverage industry. The SFA has strict regulations in place to ensure the safety and health of customers, and it is the responsibility of food establishments to adhere to these guidelines.

At the end of the day, it is crucial for food handlers to prioritize the safety and health of their customers, even if it means making some sacrifices, such as wearing uncomfortable masks or gloves. By doing so, they can help prevent the spread of illnesses and maintain the trust and confidence of their customers.

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As for the Marsiling coffee shop in question, it remains to be seen whether any action will be taken to address the concerns raised by customers. However, one thing is clear: the incident has sparked a larger conversation about the importance of proper hygiene practices in the food and beverage industry, and the need for establishments to prioritize the safety and health of their customers.

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