2 restaurants temporarily closed for food safety violations
After provincial health inspectors closed the restaurant for food safety violations, the restaurant reopened.
The Riverside Bakery and Cafe on the hunt River closed for three days on February, and the Chinese garden in Charlottetown reopened on March 8 after it closed on March 5.
This led to the closure of three restaurants this year due to security violations.
On January, after 30 food safety violations, public health officials closed the only Wok restaurant in Charlottetown.
The CBC investigated hundreds of food safety violations. E. I.
According to the province\'s website, since 2014, the Charlottetown restaurant has been closed due to the \"imminent risk\" of public health and 21 violations in the Chinese garden, including failure to properly cool food, failure to provide food, water and/or ice from approved sources, and failure to keep houses and equipment in a clean and hygienic condition.
Riverside bakeries and cafes have 12 violations, including the failure to maintain potentially dangerous food at 4 °c or at cooler temperatures, the failure to provide adequate hand washing facilities, and failure to receive, store, process and/or transport food or food packaging materials in the condition of preventing contamination.
Yan sryan Neale, the province\'s environmental health manager, said that the number of violations was a factor in the closure.
\"Then, the staff\'s food handling methods are also related to this,\" he said . \".
\"If the food treatment method does not meet the standard, then there is a real risk of cross-contamination and the potential of food --borne illness.
Another thing that then works here is the compliance history.
Neil said next.
The inspection eventually led to the reopening of the two restaurants. More P. E. I.