The Myanmar Consumer Protection Association has begun educating consumers not to sell ready-to-eat breads that are approved by the FDA in schools across the country.
But for the first time, educators say that they will not be allowed to sell bread at school unless they are disciplined. The first round of awareness training was started in the 1st Division in North Dagon Township, North Dagon Township. The first awareness training on a ready-to-eat food freeze program was launched at the No.1 in North Dagon Township.
For the first time, educating and selling ready-to-eat breads at the school bakery is a must. This is a second warning and school officials will be effective on the third time, said Thida Soe, the principal of the high school in North New Dagon Township.
The school will be providing free snacks in schools across the country, including in Chin and Sagaing divisions, including Yangon.
One month after the project was started, there were no bottled drinks and no drinks. Dishwasher and stick used in dye It is a very rich source of acidity. The school will be closed for the sale of unhealthy foods, such as breads from China.