Public warned of food sold on ‘Undas’-A A +A
Saturday, October 30, 2010
THE Department of Health has warned the public on Saturday of the food that will be sold in cemeteries during ‘Undas’ or the All Saints and All Souls' days.
In a radio report, Health Secretary Enrique Ona advised the public to avoid buying food sold in carts that include mango, hotdogs, juice, and barbecue among others.
He added the public should make sure that the food they will eat is clean and safe.
He also advised the public to just bring own food especially for the children and ensure their food won’t get spoiled. (Sunnex)