Food hygiene and safety news
Published on 4 December 2012
Two food businesses in Southall and a food manufacturer in Greenford were closed last month after the council’s food safety team found evidence of rat and mouse infestations.
Published on 23 August 2012
A sandwich and snack manufacturer from Southall has been ordered to pay more than £30,000 after a court found it guilty of a string of food hygiene offences.
Published on 2 July 2012
Ealing Council has joined a new national food hygiene rating scheme, helping customers make informed decisions about where to buy food in the borough.
Published on 8 June 2012
A company director found breaching food hygiene regulations was ordered to pay more than £8000 following an investigation by Ealing Council.
Published on 30 April 2012
The owner of a filthy Southall restaurant that was forced to close twice in six months has been handed a court order preventing him from managing a food business.
Published on 13 October 2011
For the first time in its history Ealing Council has secured a ban against a restaurant owner to stop him from running or managing any food business.
Published on 3 August 2011
The manager of a food company that supplies 30,000 snacks a day to shops across London will have to pay out more than £16,000 for hygiene offences.
Published on 16 February 2011
A company has been fined £16,000 for selling rotten fish and groceries covered in mouse droppings and urine, following an investigation by Ealing Council.