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Four Irish food businesses received a closure order last month

By Darragh Murphy

March 2, 2020 at 12:27pm

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Closure orders were issued to four Irish food businesses in February.

The closure orders were issued by the Health Service Executive to the businesses, which were located in Dublin, Mayo, Cork and Waterford, under the Food Safety Authority of Ireland Act 1998.

The reasons for the closure orders have not yet been published although full reports will likely be released next week.

Anu's Kitchen in Glen Abbey Complex, Belgard Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24 was issued a closure order on February 1 and the order was lifted on February 12.

Costa Coffee on Pearse Street, Ballina, Mayo was served a closure order on February 10 and the order was lifted on February 12.

An area of Camile Thai at Looney's Cross, Bishopstown, Cork received a closure order on 20 February and at the time of writing, this has not been lifted.

An area of Polish Grocery Janosiki on Mary Street, Dungarvan, Waterford was served a closure order on February 21. This has not yet been lifted.

A full list of national closure orders is available to see on the official FSAI website while the various reasons for the orders will be available to download at some stage next week.

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