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Good Enough to Eat

Synopsis
CITY WATCH is a series of six films about Birmingham’s Environmental Services Department. Each film follows an individual or a group of environmental health officers and other officials on a ‘typical’ day as they try to protect the people of Birmingham from diseases, filth, fraud and unscrupulous landlords. They are responsible for food hygiene & infectious diseases, health and safety, environmental protection, coroner’s services, veterinary services, waste disposal, fraud and special investigation, motor vehicle investigation and fair trading. Here, a team of environmental health officers work through the individual cases that arise during an ‘average day’, pursuing the enforcement of food hygiene standards in a wide range of premises including catering establishments and wholeseale markets where fresh produce is sold. Asks what they are looking for and what sort of situations lead to prosecutions.
Series
City Watch, Series
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. VHS. col. 30 min.
Year of production
1989
Availability
out of distribution; 1993 sale: £20.00 each; £80.00 (set) (+VAT +p&p)
Subjects
Environmental science
Keywords
catering industry; environmental health; food hygiene; local government

Credits

Producer
David Naden

Production Company

Name

Central Independent Television

Notes
use Carlton UK Television

Distributor

Name

Carlton UK Television Ltd

Web
http://www.carlton.com External site opens in new window
Phone
0115 986 3322
Fax
0115 964 5202
Address
Video Resources Unit
East Midlands TV Centre
Lenton Lane
Nottingham
NG7 2NA

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