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Dermatological problems in the catering industry

The catering industry includes a varied range of occupational activities. Not only are individuals exposed to a wide variety of products capable of causing dermatitis, but the catering population includes such varied jobs as chefs, sandwich makers, bakers, restaurant workers and so on, each working in their own defined location with their own inherent risks.
Dermatology in practice 2005; 13(4): 16–17
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