The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) states as of August 1st that 13 Irish businesses were served with closure orders for breaches of food safety legislation for the month of July.
The businesses were located in Dublin (6), Cork (4), Meath, Clare and Tipperary and they were:
Roberto's (Closed area: food storage and potato peeling area at the rear of the premises), 12 Ranelagh, Dublin 6
Supervalu (Closed area: Loose/open food areas - deli, fish counter, butchery counter, bakery, salad bar, shop floor hot counter, fruit & veg) Walkinstown Road Dublin 12
Totu Douglas (Closed area: Raw meat, butcher counter and deli counter area) 2 Church Road Douglas West, Cork
Anu's Kitchen Unit 3 Glen Abbey Complex Belgard Road Tallaght, Dublin 24
Clarkes 24 Fassaugh Avenue Cabra, Dublin 7
Neree Mbala 10a Base Enterprise Centre Damastown Road Mulhuddart, Dublin 15
Shannon Heritage at Bunratty Folk Park, trading as Bakery Bunratty Castle & Folk Park Bunratty Clare
Grace's Garden Main Street Shankill County Dublin
Glanworth Takeaway Main Street Glanworth, Cork
Dragon Inn Unit 4, Ashbourne Town Centre Ashbourne, Meath
Alchemy By The Lough 1B Valentine Villas, The Lough Road, Cork
Declan Lavers Dromleena Dunmanway, Cork
Ricky's Fastfood and Indian Takeaway 1 Abbey Street Roscrea Tipperary
The FSAI release updates regularly which can be found on their website.
The eight food businesses that were closed in June were located in Laois (2), Dublin (3), Mayo (2) and Wexford and they were:
Do any of these places look familiar to you?