Monday, October 13, 2014

Beer Temperature Law

Beer products should not be served in places where the temperature is higher than 30 degrees Celsius, the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade has suggested, the latest in a series of controversial propositions it put forward about beer management.

While its other draft decree which oversees the sales of alcoholic products still generates opposition from beer makers and sellers, the ministry continues introducing the draft of another fiat, intended to ensure food safety in beer making and selling places.

Beer selling locations strictly follow regulations stipulated by the Ministry of Health for the sake of food safety, the trade industry demanded in the draft legislation.
Temperatures in Vietnam regularly exceed 30 degrees C (86 degrees F).

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