Pizza Hut apologises for being caught selling expired food

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Pizza Hut Zambia has apologized to its customers for the recent closure of its there Lusaka restaurants after expired stock was found on some of its premises by the Lusaka City Council.

And pizza Hut has announced the re-opening of all its Lusaka outlets for business after having worked closely with the Lusaka City Council after the closure.

In a statement issued to Phoenix business news, Pizza Hut Managing Partner Joshua Becker says food safety is always the top priority and a primary focus in all pizza hut restaurants around the world.

Becker has assured Pizza Hut customers of its strict food and safety protocols with regards to expired stock as well as the labeling and disposal thereof, which will, because of the recent store closures, be monitored far more closely to ensure the full compliance to the global and LCC food and safety regulations.

He has further assured pizza Hut’s commitment as it always has been to serve customers with its freshly prepared pizza’s and will continue to work closely with the local authority to ensure best practice in Lusaka and in Zambia for the food industry.

SOURCE: PHOENIX NEWS

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