New rules for pubs & restaurants is “bureaucracy gone mad”

 

The Donegal Chair of the Irish Hotels Federation has described new rules asking restaurants to keep a record of what food customers have ordered as “bureaucracy gone mad”.
The measure requires businesses to keep a record of people’s substantial meals for 28 days.
Minister Simon Harris earlier claimed the rule had been interpreted wrong and it was just a copy of a receipt that was to be kept.
Donegal IHF Chair Paul Diver says they’re already snowed under with legislation and this is a bridge a too far:

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