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    Re: Food Hygiene & The Law
    Can you tell me. Is it the law that a proprietor has to have a FH2 certificate himself to run a sandwich business
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    Nik - Your Question:My employer is an independent furniture retailer. It sells branded high end price beds. Each supplier gives…
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