The Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority has made a decision to administratively close the facility “Halloumi Restaurant” in the city of Nahil in Al Ain, which has Trade License No. CN-3766763, for violating Law No. 2 of 2008 with with regard to food in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the legislation enacted thereunder, as well as because of the threat to public health.
The authority explained that the food control report stated that the administrative closure decision was a result of the facility’s failure to implement food safety requirements, as insects were constantly monitored in food preparation areas.
Despite successive inspections of the facility, there was no response to the inspectors’ comments regarding food health and safety requirements. The inspectors issued three violations and warned the administrative closure, but they did not correct their circumstances or supplement the comments received against them.
The authority has confirmed that the administrative closure order will remain in effect until the violation conditions are corrected and the facility meets all necessary requirements to ensure food health and safety.
She stated that the administrative closure decisions and the investigation of the abuses found are part of the inspection efforts aimed at strengthening the food safety system in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and emphasized the supervisory role to ensure that all sites comply to food safety requirements, explaining that all establishments of different nature and food products are subject to periodic inspection by the inspectors of the authority to ensure that they comply with food safety requirements.
The authority called on the public to communicate with it and to report violations that are checked in a food company or when they suspect the contents of the food product by calling the Abu Dhabi Government’s toll-free number 800555 so that the authority can inform inspectors. take the necessary measures to achieve safe and healthy food for all members of society in the emirate of Abu Dhabi.
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