As part of its efforts to communicate with hotel establishments' owners to define their needs regarding food safety, the Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) has organized its second annual open meeting with representatives of hotel establishments in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, at its Al Ain branch. The meeting reflects ADFCA's keenness to help food handlers to comply with relevant practices and requirements for handling food. The authority introduced them to inspection procedures and public health and safety requirements needed within hotel establishments to provide high-quality food services to consumers.
During the meeting, they discussed obstacles and challenges facing hotels and a number of proposals aimed at improving the operational performance. The authority also reviewed with the hotels' owners the available and effective solutions to offer high-quality food services that meet the expectations of hotel goers. The development of the emirate hotels establishments will contribute to promoting the prestige status of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, as these facilities represent an important destination for tourists in the Emirate.
At the end of the meeting, the hotel establishments' representatives expressed their appreciations to ADFCA for hosting and hearing their needs and proposals. Calling for re-organizing such meetings, they praised the great awareness efforts made by ADFCA to promote sound health practices.
ADFCA strives to achieve its vision of being an internationally recognized food and agriculture organization. The authority also seeks to develop a sustainable agriculture and food sector. Furthermore, ADFCA aims to provide safe food to the society by promoting sound food practices. Moreover, it carries out awareness programs and inspection campaigns on food facilities at all stages of the food chain and throughout the year.