Updated: Jan 8, 2019
Food establishments involved in “significant food poisoning incidents” will now face higher penalties and prosecution in court, authorities said on Friday (Dec 21). Some companies have also engaged private consultants to help with internal audits. Deborah Wong finds out what these reviews entail.
[Source: Channel NewsAsia - "Stiffer fines among tougher penalties introduced for food poisoning cases: NEA, AVA | Video"]