24 Mar 2017

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About a cookie shop in Japan: I would like you to change this to more natural English please.
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While I was walking a street, I saw a staff member of a cookie shop who picked a cookie from the storage with her bare hand when a customer ordered it.

I felt (dislike / weird / other word) to see the behavior because the staff also used the money with bare hand.
Many people in Japan know that this thing is unsanitary and occasionally causes food poisoning.
What do you think about it?
Do you have the same idea as me?

You work at the cafe and also sell cookies.
Which do you use, bare hand or tong to pick the cookies.
does this sound natural?

Do you have any ideas instead of "dislike / weird"
I would like to know correct word about what I want to say.
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