Auriga Research Conducts FoSTaC Training for The Lodhi, New Delhi
Food Marketing & Technology - India|April 2021
Auriga Research Pvt. Ltd has conducted FoSTaC training for Advance Catering at The Lodhi in New Delhi.

The participants of this training program were chefs and food handlers working with this esteemed organisation. This one-day training program comprised of the presentations, tasks & demonstration and evaluation at the end.

Auriga research is an empanelled FoSTaC training partner to facilitate the Food Safety Supervisor trainings to individuals working in the food industry.

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