The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) today announced that five enforcement orders were served by Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) during the month of August.
Four closure orders and one prohibition order were served during the month for breaches of food safety legislation.
A prohibition order was served by veterinary inspectors in Louth County Council on S&E Meats / Ballyoran Meats, 207 Greenacres, Avenue Road, Dundalk, Co Louth. This order is subject of an appeal to the District Court.
EHOs in the Northern Area Health Board served closure orders on Golden Tandoori take-away, All Saints Park, Raheny, Dublin 5; on Shimla restaurant, 5 Weavers Row, Clonsilla, Dublin 15; and on Tong Liang Restaurant, 6 Moore Lane, Dublin 1.
A closure order was also served by EHOs in the Mid Western Health Board on The Great Wall take-away, 44 Kileely Road, Kileely, Limerick.
Closure orders are served when it is deemed upon inspection that there is, or is likely to be, a grave and immediate danger to public health. The details of the food businesses served with these orders are published on the FSAI website at www.fsai.ie.
Closure and improvement orders remain listed on the website for a period of three months from the date of when a premises is adjudged to have corrected its food safety issue, with prohibition orders being listed for a period of one month.