DineSafe Toronto: Food safety inspectors find serious health violations at five local eateries (Feb. 9)

Toronto Public Health issued conditional pass warnings to five local eateries over the past week.

Kin Kin Bubble Teas Bakery located at 595 Bay St was issued a conditional pass on Feb. 3 for the following infraction:

  • Fail to protect against harboring of pests

Mizzica Gelateria And Cafe located at 29 Mc Caul St was issued a conditional pass on Feb. 3 for the following infraction:

  • Fail to provide handwashing stations with adequate supplies (hot and cold water)

Oruma Indian Takeout And Bakers located at 1071 Danforth Rd was issued a conditional pass on Feb. 4 for the following infraction:

  • Sanitize utensils in chlorine solution of less than 100 ppm of available chlorine

Brian’s Petit Amis Children’s Center – North York located at 95 Brian Dr was issued a conditional pass on Feb. 7 for the following infractions:

  • Use food equipment not of readily cleanable form
  • mechanical equipment not maintained to maintain rinse water at 82 C

Liberty Shawarma located at 114 Atlantic Ave was issued a conditional pass on Feb. 7 for the following infractions:

  • Fail to protect food from contamination or adulteration
  • Sanitize utensils in chlorine solution of less than 100 ppm of available chlorine

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About DineSafe

All establishments in the City of Toronto that serve or prepare food are subject to Toronto Public Health’s DineSafe program — including restaurants, coffee shops, bakeries, bars, nightclubs, convenience stores, grocery stores, cafeterias, mobile food vendors and more — and each establishment must display their most recent inspection results prominently and without alteration.

A DineSafe inspection can result in a “pass,” a “conditional pass” or a “closed” notice. A pass is issued if no infractions or only minor infractions are observed, a conditional pass if at least one infraction poses a potential health risk, and a closed notice if at least one infraction presents an immediate health hazard.

Conditional passes and closure notices, which are only issued if at least one major infraction is not corrected at the time of the initial inspection, trigger a follow-up inspection within 48 hours. Failure to correct major infractions upon re-inspection can result in fines, summons to court and other punitive measures.

About This Story

This story was automatically generated using data from the City of Toronto and is intended to provide readers with the publicly available results of municipal food inspections. The Toronto Star has no role in collecting, reviewing or analyzing this data, and makes no representations or endorsements about any food premises, or the products or services offered by a food premise. Readers should review any municipal disclaimers located at the city’s open data portal.

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