Indian restaurant fined after the chef discovered that the preparation of the MEAT PET had stored 15 kilograms of lamb meat unreliable

<pre><pre>Indian restaurant fined after the chef discovered that the preparation of the MEAT PET had stored 15 kilograms of lamb meat unreliable

Cafe Marica: They fined a total of $ 12000 plus $ 1382 in court costs for having opened pet meat in the premises.

Origin Kebabs, Warnbro: Costs of $ 50,000 plus $ 3,000 for not storing potentially hazardous foods at the correct temperature and cleaning violations.

Good Fortune Roast, Bayswater: $ 50,000 plus costs of $ 1747 for non-registration and administration of an unregistered food business and problems with possible contaminated food.

Yeo Oriental Store, Cloverdale: $ 20,000 and $ 1747 in costs for food labeling offenses.

Hokka Hokka, Perth CBD: Fines of $ 35,000 and $ 1340 in inadequate food sales costs and lack of equipment maintenance.

IGA Xpress, St James – Costs of $ 10,000 plus $ 2500 for crimes related to expiration dates and storage of potentially dangerous foods under temperature control.

West Road Deli, Bassendean – $ 15,000 for a variety of infractions related to cleaning, temperature control and pest prevention.

Nando & # 39; s Northbridge – $ 20,000 for infractions related to the cleaning of premises and equipment, in addition to the prevention and eradication of pests.

Nando & # 39; s Belmont – $ 20,000 for not maintaining the premises and food equipment according to a cleaning standard.

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