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How does your county fare?

As mentioned yesterday, the FSAI released details regarding those food businesses in Ireland that were found to be in breach of various food safety legislations during 2016.

Every month, the FSAI inspects various restaurants, premises and locations throughout Ireland in their efforts to ensure that the public avails of the highest standards and quality.

Having gone through their monthly reports, here are the counties that were found to be in breach of the following regulations.

You can find all the relevant information here.

The amount of Closure Orders that were served in the following counties under the FSAI Act, 1998 was:

24 - Dublin

8 - Roscommon

4 - Wexford and Cork

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3- Waterford

2 - Limerick, Laois, Donegal, Meath

1 - Kerry, Louth, Tipperary, Cavan, Clare and Westmeath

The amount of Prohibition Orders that were served in the following counties under the EC (Official Control of Foodstuffs) Regulations, 2010 was:

11 - Dublin

4 - Limerick and Cork

2 - Wexford, Galway, Laois, Wicklow, Mayo and Cavan

1 - Meath, Kerry, Clare, Offaly, Longford, Donegal, Carlow and Roscommon

Various other prosecution, prohibition and improvement orders were also issued to food businesses in the following counties:

4- Donegal and Meath

3 - Waterford

2 - Dublin

1- Tipperary, Limerick, Louth, Mayo, Longford and Cork

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