A ‘horrendous’ takeaway has been closed for good after repeatedly failing to cope with poor meals security considerations, which included a mice and cockroach infestation.
A decide this week fined the takeaway boss £12,000 for repeatedly being soiled on inspections from native environmental well being officers.
On one event they discovered tubs of coleslaw which were 95 DAYS past their use-by date and nonetheless on sale to prospects.
Officers confirmed the takeaway and ‘food contact equipment’ have been soiled and late discovered staff had no food hygiene training.
Latif’s takeaway was first closed down on January 30, 2020 when Trafford council’s crew visited.
There have been a number of containers of coleslaw on the market which have been 95 days previous their use-by date.
The takeaway was instantly shut ;because of the threat to public well being’ and the enterprise was given a score of 0 out of 5.
Officers visited the premises, run by Umar Latif, on a number of events earlier than the enterprise was allowed to re-open.
Returning to the enterprise on August 18, 2020, they discovered that the premises have been soiled and meals security administration protocols weren’t being carried out.
Another go to on September 22, 2020, discovered comparable points. The proprietor was charged and summoned to look in courtroom.
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Mr Latif, former director of S Dean & Co Limited, which ran the Latif’s takeaway, pleaded responsible to 10 meals hygiene offences at Manchester Magistrates’ Court on Friday (October 8), the council mentioned.
He was fined £12,000 and ordered to pay prices of £1,500 to Trafford council.
Councillor Stephen Adshead, govt member for surroundings, air high quality and local weather change, mentioned: “The conditions found in the takeaway by our officers were unacceptable and we will do everything we can to prevent cases like this.
“Our residents put their trust into food businesses to operate in a safe manner and we will always take swift action where a risk to public health is found.
“This prosecution shows that we take these matters very seriously and we will continue to do so in the future.”
Mr Latif has been approached by our sister title Manchester Evening News for remark.
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