Tuesday, 15 January 2013
Restaurant faces hygiene charges - Gainsborough Standard
THE owner of a Worksop town centre restaurant is being prosecuted for allegedly flouting hygiene regulations.
Mohammed Abdul Kashem is facing 15 charges relating to the contravening of several food hygiene regulations at Monsoon, on Ryton Street.
The charges have been brought about by Bassetlaw Council’s environmental health department.
Kashem, the owner of the Indian restaurant, was due to appear at Worksop Magistrates’ Court on Friday afternoon but failed to turn up.
It is alleged that cooked spinach was ‘exposed for sale’ which had white flecks of mould on it and food likely to support the growth of food poisoning bacteria or toxins was being stored above 8c.
It is also alleged that Kashem contravened several regulations relating to food hygiene.
Restaurant faces hygiene charges - Local news - Gainsborough Standard
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