Number Of Irish Restaurants and Takeaways Closed After Health Inspections 7 years ago

Number Of Irish Restaurants and Takeaways Closed After Health Inspections

Seven food outlets have been forced to close their doors after the Food Safety Authorty of Ireland deemed them a health risk.

The Irish Times reports that in addition to the closures, two businesses were prosecuted by the Health Service Executive (HSE).

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The businesses closed included Roma Takeaway in Dromcollogher, Limerick, Express Fast Food Takeaway in Fintown, Donegal and Meal Box located at 73 Cork Street, Dublin 8.

Others served closure notices were Stonehouse Restaurant in Tralee, Kerry and Kebab Bites in Redmond Square, Wexford.

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Lime Leaf XL Shop in Renmore Galway was ordered to close its takeaway Chinese, bakery food preparation units and associated storage facilities.

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At Wexford's Fusion Cafe, food preparation and service activities have ceased under orders from the Food Safety Authority.

Halfway House in Burnfoot, Donegal and Buncrana's Atlantic Bar were the two restaurants successfully prosecuted by the HSE.

Chief Executive of the Food Safety Authority, Pamela Byrne, commented on the news: “There can be no excuse for putting consumers’ health at risk through negligent practices".

H/T Irish Times

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