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California chefs and bartenders are protesting new "No Bare Hands" rule. Charlot…
California chefs and bartenders are protesting new "No Bare Hands" rule. Charlotte Biltekoff, an assistant professor in American Studies and Food Science and Technology at UC Davis told Food Safety News she understands why the glove requirement is not going over well in California. She told FNS, “The experiences of pleasure, knowledge and responsibility are seen as intimately connected and (through the lens of California cuisine) pleasure depends on a direct sensual connection to food – exactly the kind of connection that rubber gloves threaten,” Many argue, single-use gloves are not environmentally friendly and they don't necessarily limit cross-contamination.
What do you think about the rule, which many states and municipalities across the country already enforce?
'No Bare Hands' Rule in California Sparks Opposition | Food Safety News
‘No Bare Hands’ Rule in California Sparks Opposition By Lydia Zuraw | February 3, 2014Some chefs and bartenders in California are miffed about a new regulation restricting them from handling ready-to-eat foods with their bare hands.At the beginning of January, language in the state’s food code chang…