Tuaran FoodCourt best in cleanliness
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.