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Tork Xpress hand towels are highly absorbent and soft to the touch which means they will dry the hands thoroughly without causing chapping or soreness. The wall-mounted dispenser is available in a mini version for compact street food stalls.


It is also a good idea to provide a hand sanitiser product – such as the Tork Alcohol Gel Hand Sanitiser – as a supplement to hand washing and to reassure customers that every care is being taken to optimise hygiene.


Street food stalls come in all shapes and sizes and no-one is accurately monitoring their use. However, estimates on the internet indicate that around 2.5 billion people worldwide buy street food each day, while 73% of us dine on ‘food to go’ at least once a week.


Street food vendors therefore need to work quickly and efficiently to deliver meals to a high standard – and demonstrating high hygiene standards – to large numbers


of customers. Any perceived lapses in hygiene will be a turn-off for the public and deter potential diners from using them. And any actual hygiene lapses could lead to product contamination, food poisoning and a great deal of negative press for the industry.


Food stall holders therefore need to get the basics right and arm themselves with compact, convenient and effective products to ensure that their stalls remain clean – and are seen to be clean – at all times. This will ensure that this popular and highly profitable industry continues to flourish.


www.tork.co.uk/streetfood


“Any hygiene lapses could lead to product contamination, food poisoning and a great deal of negative press for the industry.”


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


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