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Sunday, 22 May 2011





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Crowns scheme expands to Kotte MC

An awareness program to educate elected members and relevant officials of the Kotte Municipal Council (MC) on Crowns for food hygiene was held recently with Mayor Kotte MC Swarna De Silva as the chief guest.

The Crowns scheme was initially implemented in the Colombo MC area where several star class hotels and franchised food outlets were awarded Crowns.

When an organisation joins the "Crowns for Food Hygiene" program, the Ind-Expo Certification Company launches a methodical investigation of the food storage, preparation and supply adhering to internationally accepted standards.

Then, that organisation is certified for Excellent (5 Crowns), Very Good (4 Crowns), Good (3 Crowns), Fair (2 Crowns) and Poor (1 Crown) depending on the assessment.

After the grading, the Ind-Expo Certification Company will issue a certificate and a sticker with the number of Crown symbols, valid for one year.

The sticker can be displayed to customers and the details of the organisation will be posted on the website

The program which is funded by the Royal Norwegian Government through the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), has been implemented by Ind-Expo Certification (Pvt) Ltd which is a non-profit certification body established by the Ceylon National Chamber of Industries (CNCI) and National Chamber of Exporters (NCE).



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