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The Food Safety Authority of Ireland revealed that 12 closure orders and one prohibition order were served on businesses last month -- one of the highest monthly totals in a decade.
FSAI chief executive Professor Alan Reilly said that the figures were very disappointing as there was a legal onus on those running food businesses to ensure the food they served was safe to eat.
"This increase is extremely disappointing and serves as a stark reminder that there continues to be food-safety operators who put consumers' health at risk by not complying with their legal obligations for food safety and hygiene," he said.
Closure orders can apply to all or part of a business and are lifted by inspectors when the problem is rectified.
Royal China restaurant on Railway St, Portlaoise; Daniel's takeaway on Strand St, Kanturk, Co Cork; KK kitchen in Coolmine Industrial Estate, Dublin 15 and Rathnew Chinese Takeaway, Main St, Rathnew, Co Wicklow all had their closure orders lifted within days when the problems were resolved.
Orders were also lifted from Whelans Bar, Denmark St, Limerick; Kebab King, Main St, Millstreet, Cork; New Jasmine House, Aiden St, Kiltimagh, Co Mayo and Zaika, Stephen St Lr, Dublin 2.