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All five stores at Queen St. food market reopen after health inspection

metronews.ca, July 21, 2017

A spokesperson from the Toronto Public Health said the vendors of the five stores used the time to thoroughly wash and sanitize all surfaces.

Health officials said that they became aware of the issue and immediately went to investigate. The food market has never had a complaint, warning or closure before, they said.

Julie Kyriakaki, one of four partners of Meli Baklava, said the mice were a problem for every vendor in the building because it was “an old building.”

She said the baklava the mice were seen nibbling on is “strictly for display,” and that they “never serve anything that’s open like that. Everything we offer to our customers is covered and protected.”

After the incident, Kyriakaki said they will no longer be leaving display food when the store is closed.

Health officials said that they became aware of the issue and immediately went to investigate. The food market has never had a complaint, warning or closure before, they said.

Julie Kyriakaki, one of four partners of Meli Baklava, said the mice were a problem for every vendor in the building because it was “an old building.”

She said the baklava the mice were seen nibbling on is “strictly for display,” and that they “never serve anything that’s open like that. Everything we offer to our customers is covered and protected.”

After the incident, Kyriakaki said they will no longer be leaving display food when the store is closed.