Food Festival- A Closer Look

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Food Festival- A Closer Look

August 3, 2019 | Business, Health | No Comments

If you don’t live in a city and you live in a small town or village you’ll find that there are lots of different events in your county to celebrate the summer and as we’re on the approach to this time of year I thought I’d write this article to highlight what things you should consider. I hope you find this article informative and useful.

With organic and healthy food becoming more popular there are often food festivals in small market towns or they’ll be a section of fresh produce at other events,an article from Good-Game.co.uk

I love food festivals and there’s nothing I love more than chilling out in the sun tasting good food with a gorgeous back drop but make sure you’re aware of the entry fee first before you travel out. I personally think it’s bad to charge entry on a market where you expect people to purchase produce as it makes it an expensive experience but make sure you’re aware of this so you know how much the day may cost you. There is nothing worse than not expecting to pay something and the rest of the day being ruined because you can’t afford anything else.

Try to avoid trying food, which is in a basket or tray where people put their hands in. Things that are in individual packets, have cocktail sticks or have been freshly sliced off for you is fine. With thousands of people trying the food you’ve got to be carefully you don’t unwillingly make yourself ill because someone’s contaminated the food.

If you’ve used the portable toilets on site make sure you choose one a clean as possible and that there is running water or sanitizer in the portable toilets or near by to clean your hands. You’ll often find there will be a portable toilet hire attendant near by who keeps an eye on the cleanliness of the toilets and they should be able to direct you to a place to wash your hands. They’ll often have a hi-vis jacket on with ‘portable toilet hire’ on.

Make sure you don’t pay too much money for things. They will always be more expensive at a festival as people will normally pay it but weigh it up and see whether you’re getting anything different than if you were to get it for half the price at your local butchers or diary shop.

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