By Kate Rintoul, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL — Rio’s Municipal Health Bureau has started a course of actions that include rigorous inspections, education of business owners and raids in a bid to improve the city’s food hygiene and safety standards. The strategy will see all establishments including street stalls, snack bars, botecos and hotels in Rio’s busiest areas inspected and bought in line with health requirements.
According to secretary of Health Surveillance and Control the . . .