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SHOPS selling freshly baked breads in Honiara city are being urged to sell fresh products and not those that were left overnight.
This was raised by a concerned city resident Clifton Tepua after he purchased decaying bread on Sunday.
“It was a bad experience when a perfectly planned family breakfast ended in horror.
“I bought the bread from a shop at Kukum for breakfast on Sunday morning. When I opened the plastic for consumption, my children were shocked to discover the bad form of the bread.
“We ended up throwing the bread away without enjoying our breakfast.
“My call now is for the shops in the city to sell freshly baked breads and not the ones that were kept overnight in the shops to be sold the next day,” Mr Tepua said.
He added, health authorities must also step up its operation in the city to get rid of the shops that normally practised such irresponsible acts.
“The responsible authorities in the country need to be more vigilant and active in their operations in the country nowadays,” the man from Sikaiana added.
Several calls have also been made through the media for bakery factories in the country to label their products before putting them out for sale in various shelves in and around the city.
By RONALD TOITO’ONA