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July 28, 2004
Food Court passes health inspection
  
Toronto Public Health has lifted the closure order at the Chinatown Centre Food
Court at 222 Spadina Avenue. All six food premises at the food court were
closed on June 29 for numerous food safety violations.

All inspection requirements have now been met, and operators can begin stocking
supplies in preparation to re-open this Friday, July 30.

"Once these restaurants re-open, we will monitor frequently to ensure they
remain clean and safe. We have also asked the Toronto Licensing Tribunal to
consider further action against the operators," said Councillor John Filion,
Chair of the Board of Health.

"This action could include suspending or permanently revoking their licenses,
or applying additional licensing conditions."

For more information on restaurant inspections, visit DineSafe at
http://www.toronto.ca/health


Media Contact
Mary Margaret Crapper
Toronto Public Health
416-338-7873

 

 

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