By Thomas Hoffman
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Tuesday, June 28, 2022, a vast operation of sanitary control fast food outlets was carried out at Saint-Ouen-l’Aumone (Val d’Oise). Three inspectors from the Departmental Directorate for the Protection of Populations (DDPP) of the Val-d’Oise prefecture thus visited various fast food outlets in the city.
Cleanliness of the premises, food preservation…
Operations that have multiplied in recent weeks to ensure the quality and hygiene of the products consumed daily by thousands of Valdoisiens.
“Street food” has now become a very popular and frequent form of food, especially for the youngest department in France.
Cleanliness of the premises, food preservation, expiry date, product traceability, etc.
The inspectors of the Ddpp did not miss anything, thus throwing restaurateurs by the tens of kilos of packets of minced meat, chicken skewers and lamb legs which were not kept at the right temperature or even stored in the cold. open air, next to mouse droppings.
In total, out of nine establishments inspected, one of them received a warning, five were given formal notice and three were subject to an administrative closure, namely Pepper Grill,
Ma’Chick and Grill d’Oise, all located on rue du Général Leclerc.
“The closure measures will be lifted as soon as the establishment is again up to standard”, specifies the prefecture of Val-d’Oise.
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