In the article (In California, chefs fight for bare-hand contact) there are 3 sentences which could have been better phrased.
1. '....restricts his employees' in their craft.'. Is there a missing word or is the apostrophe in 'employees'' added wrongly?
2. '.....has recommended a hands off approach in restaurants and bars....'. There should be a hyphen in 'hands off'.
3. "You have everyday consumers who are looking for glove use." The sentence will sounds better as follows.
"You have consumers who are looking for glove use everyday."
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