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FSAI Issues 13 Enforcement Orders In July

By Publications Checkout

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) served a total of 13 Enforcement Orders in July.

Five Closure Orders was served under the FSAI Act, 1998 on:

- Blueberries “Pop Up” (restaurant), No. 13 Lower Cork Street, Mitchelstown, Cork
- Fade Street Social (restaurant), 4-6 Fade Street, Dublin 2
- The Spice House (restaurant), 2 Church Street, Cavan
- Nite Star (take away), Main Street, Glenties, Donegal
- Majas Virtue (food stall), Trading at Farmleigh Estate, Phoenix Park, Castleknock, Dublin 15

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Seven Closure Orders were served under the EC (Official Control of Foodstuffs) Regulations, 2010 on:

- Chen’s Chinese Take Away, Parnell Street, Mountmellick, Laois
- Cashel Take Away Foodstall, Cashel, Achill, Mayo
- The Jolly Roger (public house) (closed activity - food production, handling and storage), Sherkin Island, Skibbereen, Cork
- Sandyford House (restaurant) (closed area: kitchen and food service areas only),
Sandyford Village, Sandyford, Dublin 18
- Azeem Meat and Grocery (butcher), 2 Pound Street, Edgeworthstown, Longford
- Lucky Dragon (take away), 70 Fassaugh Avenue, Cabra, Dublin 7
- Craigs Fresh (wholesale), Drumnabratty, Raphoe, Donegal

One Prohibition Order was served under EC (Official Control of Foodstuffs) Regulations, 2010 on:

- Kearney's Restaurant, Main Street, Tallow, Waterford Ashbourne, Meath

During the month of July, a successful prosecution was carried out by the HSE on:

- Dragon Inn Chinese Take Away (now under new ownership), 109 Newport Terrace, Barrack Street, Waterford

Commenting on the number of Enforcement Orders served in July, Dr Pamela Byrne, chief executive, said: “There are simply no excuses for putting consumers’ health at risk through sub-standard food hygiene practices. The summer months are busy months for food businesses and systems must be put in place to cope with the increase in customers.”

Discussing the reason for its closure, Fade Street Social said: “We had a plumbing issue that had to be fixed and we had no alternative but to close on the Friday night. The good news is this issue was fully resolved and we were open the following day.”

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