04 August 2021

With HACCP Advanced Level Training, Fine Solutions Educates Fine Dine Program Members with the Latest Hygiene & Wellness Standards

HACCPTrainingFine Solutions, the away-from-home division of Fine Hygienic Holding, a world-leading wellness group and manufacturer of hygienic paper products and germ protection solutions, conducted a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) advanced level training for the current and potential Fine Dine program members. As one of the key players in the B2B hygiene scene in Egypt, Fine Solutions implemented this comprehensive training in collaboration with the Egyptian Chefs Association (ECA), promoting food safety and sanitation in Egypt’s dining establishments.

 

With a deep-rooted commitment to reinforcing hygiene and wellness, Fine Solutions is dedicated to providing the Fine Dine program’s members with the ideal services, solutions, and knowledge to ensure they have the best hygienic standards. Fine Solutions not only offers the most reliable and advanced hygienic products, but also supports its clients with specialized training programs for all staff, according to international standards and procedures. Through its vigorous endeavors, Fine Solutions strives hard to expand its services by helping its customers achieve their goals especially those related to hygiene and wellness.

 

The HACCP advanced level training, which was recently held, was attended by various renowned dining establishments, including Paul, Dara’s Ice Cream, Sky Rim and Tawla.

 

It is worth mentioning that Fine Solutions’ Fine Dine Program is executed in Egypt, the UAE, KSA and Jordan, where more than 650 restaurants and cafes are enrolled. The premier hygiene and sterilization program was launched in the wake of COVID-19 to give the opportunity for the enrolled establishments to protect their customers’ and ensure their safety at all times. It also helps thousands of customers currently using the Fine Dine platform to easily identify those establishments across 4 countries, increasing customer loyalty and awareness.

 

For more information on Fine Dine and the establishments enrolled in the program, please visit www.finedineplaces.com.