San Juan City LGU to conduct food safety seminar, pastry-making for residents

Published June 16, 2021, 9:56 AM

by Patrick Garcia

The San Juan City local government announced on Tuesday that it will conduct a series of seminar and training for its residents in a bid to boost their competency in food safety and production and provide them with livelihood and businesses opportunities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora said the LGU, in partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), will hold a free food safety seminar for food business owners, eatery owners, cooks, food servers, and others who are working in the food industry on June 18, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. via Zoom.

(Photo from Mayor Francis Zamora Facebook)

Zamora said that those who wish to join the seminar must have a Mayor’s Permit or Business Permit.

“Mayroon pong certificate na ipagkakaloob ang DTI para dito na magagamit ninyong karagdagang credentials sa inyong pagtatrabaho (The DTI will provide a certificate that participants may use as additional credential in their job),” Zamora said.

The mayor also announced that the San Juan Skills and Livelihood Center will also launch a free bread and pastry production training for its residents on June 21-July 22, every Monday to Friday.

(Photo from Mayor Francis Zamora’s Facebook)

The requirements for the training are three 1X1 picture with full name, birth or marriage certificate, and voter’s ID or any government ID.

Those who wish to join the seminar and/or the bread and pastry making training may call 8693-9484 or send an Email to [email protected] for further details.