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DINE SAFE PEEL: Peel Health hands out warnings to four establishments



These are the inspection results for establishments across Brampton and Mississauga for the week June 30 to July 7, 2017.

These establishments were inspected by Peel Health Inspectors in accordance with the Ontario Food Premises Regulation.

Four places were given a Conditional Pass by public health inspectors, who routinely check local restaurants, cocktail bars/beverage rooms, bakeries and take-out food establishments.

CONDITIONAL PASS

Oceans Fresh Food Market - 104 - 150 West Dr., Brampton

Did operator store food to prevent contamination and/or adulteration? (Significant Risk) No

Did operator properly wash and sanitize utensils? No

Did operator properly wash and sanitize utensils that do not fit in sinks or mechanical dishwasher? No

Did operator maintain non-food contact surfaces clean, sanitary and in good condition? No

Did operator provide adequate protection against pests? (Significant risk) No

Village of India Sweets & Restaurant - 114 Kennedy Rd. S, Brampton

Did operator keep hazardous food out of the danger zone temperature? (Significant risk) No

Did operator store food to prevent contamination and/or adulteration? (Significant Risk) No

Did operator properly maintain food contact surfaces and equipment? No

Did operator maintain non-food contact surfaces clean, sanitary and in good condition? No

Wild Wing - 249 Queen St. E, Brampton

Did operator store food to prevent contamination and/or adulteration? (Significant Risk) No

Did operator properly maintain the mechanical dishwasher? No

Did operator maintain the mechanical ventilation in a clean and sanitary condition? No

Did operator provide adequate protection against pests? (Significant risk) No

Bell Mobility Centre: International News - 5099 Creekbank Rd., Mississauga

Did operator cook and/or reheat hazardous food to the required internal cooking temperature? (Significant risk) No

Did operator provide and use accurate and easy-to-read thermometers? No

Did operator properly wash and sanitize utensils? No

Did at least one food handler/manager have a valid food handler certification? No

Charges do not necessarily result in failure of the health inspection; they simply highlight problems for which the establishments were penalized. The establishments are given a chance to get back into compliance and pass their health inspections.

The Peel Health Inspection program is designed to provide the public with information about inspections of food establishments in Peel Region.

For more information, call 905-799-7700 or click here.

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