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Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology
This study examined the general hygiene and sanitary practices of street food venders in Nigeria. 110 random samples of street food venders were selected to represent 18% of street food venders in the study area. Data was collected using pre-test structured questionnaire and observation checklists. The relationships in the factors studied were determined. Food venders lacked basic training on hygiene and only 2.7% had formal training on food preparation. 63.6% acquired skills from parents whiledoi:10.5897/jphe2013.0607 fatcat:iixxx7xqjrgfzhzfdljlr34kty