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Strengthening Food Safety | Discussion on Food Safety in Wet Markets; a response to Covid-19 (Pt 3)

25, Nov 2020

With over half of the world’s population now living in urban areas, food markets have become important sources of affordable food for millions of people. At the same time, however, such markets have been associated with major outbreaks of diseases, including Cholera, Sars and the Coronavirus. Food markets in Kenya vary greatly from county to county, depending on the local culture, socio-economic conditions, food varieties and dietary preferences. However, all food markets should have one major thing in common – they should provide the community with safe and nutritious food. This therefore forms our basis for discussion on ‘food safety in wet markets’ #FarmKenya

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