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Street food vending has become an important public health issue and a countless concern to everyone.
Because of widespread food borne diseases, the growing of roadside food vendors who lack an adequate understanding of the basic food safety issues.
Major sources contributing to microbial contamination are the place of preparation, utensils for cooking and serving, raw materials, time and temperature abuse of cooked foods and the personal hygiene of vendors.
Meat in particular is highly desirable and nutritious food, but unfortunately, it is also highly perishable because it provides the nutrients needed to support the growth of many types of microorganisms.
Due to its unique biological and chemical nature, meat undergoes progressive deterioration from the time of slaughter until consumption.
Getahun Kassa Alemayehu is a lecturer in Wachemo University.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with MSc.
specialization in Applied Microbiology.
Currently, he is studying his Ph.D.
Degree at Microbial, Cellular, and Molecular Biology Department, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
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