CANIRAC and state agencies train restaurants in Playas de Rosarito

More than 100 restaurants in Playas de Rosarito participated in training workshops regarding responsible purchases of sea products

In order to promote competitiveness in the restaurant industry and to spread awareness about several different obligations, representatives of different state agencies, in coordination with CANIRAC, offered training workshops to restaurants.

According to what was stated by the Director of Fishing and Aquaculture Strengthening and Modernization of the Secretariat of Fishing and Aquaculture (SEPESCA BC), Rogelio Cano Cetina, this activity is carried out in coordination with the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry (CANIRAC), presided in this municipality by Alan Bautista Plascencia, and it takes place in all the municipalities of the state.

He underscored that SEPESCA BC, led by Alma Rosa García Juárez, has already carried out this type of activities to update service providers about fulfilling their obligations which also contributes to the health and satisfaction of consumers.

Around 100 restaurant owners from Playas de Rosarito participated in this workshop, taught by restaurant "Hacienda Badú". In addition, they also received a detailed explanation about responsible purchases of sea products from SEPESCA BC through Edith Sánchez Rentería, Chief of Prevention and Surveillance, and inspector Ricardo González Pérez of SEPESCA.

Cano Cetina spoke about the benefits of obtaining Baja California's Recognition in Fish and Seafood, which is provided for free and whose requirements can be seen here:

From the State Commission of Protection Against Sanitary Risks (COEPRIS), Coordinator of Sanitary Promotion, Victoria Pennock, spoke about the self-regulation program for food producers.

In addition, the Commission of Public Utilities of Tijuana (CESPT) was present with the participation of Gilberto Contreras, of the quality control area, with training on the program "Atrapa la Grasa", regarding sanitary instructions to get rid of waste.

For their part, inspectors of the National Commission of Aquaculture and Fishing (CONAPESCA) spoke about legal concepts and foundations regarding laws of buying and selling fish and seafood.

The next workshop will take place on Wednesday, January 31 at a time and place that will be revealed through CANIRAC Tijuana.

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