Redmond businesses reopened after foodborne illness investigation

  • Tuesday, November 22, 2016 2:42pm
  • Business

Redmond’s Mayuri Foods & Video, Bakery & Café and Mayuri Indian Cuisine were reopened last Friday, according to a spokesperson for Public Health — Seattle & King County.

The businesses were closed on Nov. 1 as Public Health officials investigated a foodborne illness outbreak.

Both vendors worked cooperatively with Public Health to correct the health issues that could have contributed to the outbreak, including failure to wash hands, inadequate handwashing facilities and inadequate sanitizing of dishes.

Public Health allowed the businesses time for thorough cleaning and sanitizing.

Mayuri Foods & Video, Bakery & Café was required to pay a permit reinstatement fee of $947, according to Public Health.

Mayuri Indian Cuisine agreed to voluntarily close as part of the outbreak response to implement interventions and weren’t required to pay a reinstatement fee, according to Public Health. The interventions were required, and if they didn’t agree to close, Public Health would have suspended their permit as well.

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