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These 10 Irish Food Businesses Were Issued With Closure Orders Last Month

By seank

December 20, 2016 at 12:18am


The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) issued closure orders to 10 Irish food businesses in September.

These six establishments were issued with closure orders under FSAI Act, 1998, where it's deemed that there is or there's likely to be a grave and immediate danger to public health from the premises, or where an improvement order is not complied with.

1. Starbucks (restaurant/café), 21 Great Georges Street, Waterford

Issued: 27/09/2016. Lifted: 05/10/2016.

2. Ruby King (restaurant/café), Unit 5, West Business Park, Circular Road, Roscommon

Issued: 26/09/2016. Lifted: 04/10/2016.

3. Get Fresh Catering (restaurant/canteen), Castlerea Community School, Castlerea, Roscommon

Issued: 06/09/2016. Lifted: 15/09/2016.

4. Fernhill Golf & Country Club (Closed area: restaurant and associated kitchen facilities within the club), Fernhill, Carrigaline, Cork

Issued: 20/09/2016. 

5. Hannons Oakwood Hotel (Closed area: Kitchen area and all food service), Athlone Road, Roscommon

Issued: 14/09/2016. Lifted: 20/09/2016.

6. Akanchawa's Honey Pot (restaurant/café), 40 Mountjoy Street, Dublin 7

Issued: 20/09/2016. Lifted: 26/09/2016.

Akanchawas Honey Pot

Akanchawa's Honey Pot, 40 Mountjoy Street, Dublin 7

These four businesses were issued with notices because of EC (Official Control of Foodstuffs) Regulations, 2010, where closure orders are served for non-compliance with food legislation.

1. Ashford Oriental (restaurant/café), Main Street, Ashford, Wicklow

Issued: 29/09/2016. Lifted: 04/10/2016.

2. Hairy Neds Pub and Shop (Closed activity: Shop deli and all food preparation areas), Crosskeys, Cavan

Issued: 28/09/2016. Lifted: 28/09/2016.

3. Big Bites Take Away, Castle Street, Roscommon

Issued: 20/09/2016. Lifted: 23/09/2016.

4. Fitto Café (restaurant/café), 12/13 Catherine Street, Limerick

Issued: 12/09/2016. Lifted: 15/09/2016.

Fitto Limerick

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