Tuaran FoodCourt best in clean­li­ness

The Borneo Post (Sabah) - - FRONT PAGE -

The Tuaran Town Foodcourt owned by the Tuaran District Coun­cil (TDC) won the Lo­cal Authori es (PBT) cat­e­gory of Best Foodcourt in the Clean­li­ness, Safe and Healthy (BeSS) Compe on 2017.

KOTA KINABALU: The Tuaran Town Foodcourt owned by the Tuaran District Coun­cil (TDC) won the Lo­cal Au­thor­i­ties (PBT) cat­e­gory of Best Foodcourt in the Clean­li­ness, Safe and Healthy (BeSS) Com­pe­ti­tion 2017.

TDC ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Sadan Hj Hus­sain on Thurs­day re­ceived the prize from Lo­cal Gov­ern­ment and Hous­ing Min­is­ter, Datuk Seri Hj Ha­jiji Hj Noor at the State-level BeSS Foodcourt Award at the In­te­grated Health Sci­ence Col­lege here.

He was ac­com­pa­nied by one of the stall own­ers of Medan Sel­era Pekan Tuaran, Lisa Chong.

Run­ners-up in this cat­e­gory were Grace Point Foodcourt at Sem­bu­lan op­er­ated by Sutera Har­bour Re­sort, fol­lowed by An­jung Senja Foodcourt owned by Sed­covest Hold­ings Sdn Bhd.

The Pri­vate Cat­e­gory was won by the Gi­ant Hyper­mar­ket Foodcourt in Keningau op­er­ated by GCH Re­tail (M) Sdn Bhd. Sec­ond and third places were won by the San­dakan Fut­sal Foodcourt owned by the San­dakan Mu­nic­i­pal Coun­cil (SMC) and the Imago Food Street op­er­ated by Asian Pac Prop­erty Man­age­ment Sdn Bhd.

Present were State Health Di­rec­tor Datuk Dr Christina Rundi, Lo­cal Gov­ern­ment and Hous­ing Min­istry per­ma­nent sec­re­tary Datuk Gi­nun Yan­gus and SMC pres­i­dent Datuk James Wong.

Mean­while, 33 food­stall op­er­a­tors housed within food­courts through­out the State were given BeSS recog­ni­tion dur­ing the event. The Tuaran Town Foodcourt stole the show with eight of its stalls be­ing given recog­ni­tion.

They were Peri­dah En­ter­prise, Far­rah Cater­ing, Fa­timah Cor­ner & Cater­ing, D’Rasa Cafe and Cater­ing, Mon­al­isa Cafe, Cili Padi Bor­neo & Cater­ing, Seri Ar­mona Cater­ing and Adys II Restau­rant & Cater­ing Ser­vices.

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