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Two Guelph restaurants temporarily closed following public health inspections

Community Jun 06, 2017 Guelph Mercury 

Public health inspectors temporarily closed two east-side eateries under the province’s Health Protection and Promotion Act last week following inspections that revealed unsanitary conditions, among other infractions.

The reasons for the temporary closures are detailed on the Public Health Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph's Check Before You Choose website.

On May 24, inspectors from Public Health Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph closed Jacked Foods, at 48 Victoria Rd. S., for four critical infractions and three noncritical infractions, including improper food handling, storage, and transportation temperatures of hazardous foods as per Section 33 of Food Premise Regulation. 

The website says that "hazardous food that is time and temperature abused is more susceptible to the growth of pathogenic organisms, which may cause illness in those who consume the food."

The restaurant reopened May 30.

On May 30, inspectors closed Cafe Greek Garden, at 497 York Rd., for one critical infraction and two noncritical infractions which included unsanitary conditions.

The restaurant reopened May 31