Influence of Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Food Kiosk Hygiene

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publisher not identified, 2005 - Dissertations, Academic - 480 pages
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The study was conducted in the municipal area of Eldoret Municipality, which is situated within Uasin Gishu district, Rift Valley Province, Kenya. The study assessed the knowledge, attitudes and practices of food handlers in food kiosks in relation to food hygiene. The data collection tools were questionnaires for food handlers working in food kiosk and consumers of kiosk food, sanitary evaluation of premises as well as bacteriological tests of water, food contact surfaces, food, food handler's hands and throat samples.

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