HRAWI conducts FSSAI's FoSTaC programme in Phaltan, Satara
Attended by 36 hospitality professionals, the training aimed to enhance knowledge and skills in ensuring safe and healthy food practices
The Hotel and Restaurant Association of Western India (HRAWI), in collaboration with the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), conducted its latest Food Safety Supervisor Training in Advance Catering (FoSTaC) programme on July 9 at the Jakson Inns in Phaltan, Satara. Attended by 36 hospitality professionals, the training aimed to enhance knowledge and skills in ensuring safe and healthy food practices. Such an initiative like the FoSTaC underlines the significance in today's health-conscious and food safety-aware environment.
The FoSTaC programme was inaugurated by Vivekanand - Trainer, Shailesh Rajadhyaksha - General Manager, Jakson Gourmet, Ashish Ranjan - General Manager, Jakson Inn, Rakhi Bansali - Executive Assistant to Managing Director and Bharti Vania – Senior Sales Manager.
“In an era where consumers prioritize health and food safety, it is imperative that our industry lives up to their expectations. Also, Phaltan’s unique offerings and its increasing prominence as a tourist destination made it an ideal choice to host the latest programme here. By empowering hospitality professionals in Satara with the necessary skills and knowledge, we aim to further elevate the standards of safe and healthy food practices in this thriving hospitality hub. We are immensely proud of the success of this initiative and our dedication in this direction remains steadfast,” said Pradeep Shetty, President, HRAWI.
HRAWI has successfully trained and certified 2,647 professionals in FSSAI's FoSTaC Training Programme.
“It is in the interest of hotels and restaurants that HRAWI holds training programmes regularly and wants members to be fully aware and educated about all the new developments and practices in food safety, food handling and hygiene. The programme is designed by FSSAI, especially for this purpose, and we are glad that members proactively enrolled their staff in the programme,” concludes Mr Sandeep Talaulicar, Executive Committee member, HRAWI.
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