Monday, May 30, 2016

Law obliges to Sanitize shopping carts

Are in processing in a City Council Bill that will force the supermarkets operating in the city of São Paulo to sanitize, at least once every fifteen days, the shopping carts used by customers. The law, if approved, includes self-service shops that have sales of at least 250 m ², two check-outs and five sections. According to Councilman Eduardo Tuma, author of the project, this would be a way to avoid the transmission of diseases and the contamination of food transported by these stands, and that it would benefit both consumers and the employees of the supermarket. The project is awaiting a sanction of the Mayor to enter into force.
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