Retail group fined over food hygiene offences

Dirt to lip of ice cream freezer in shop

Dirt to lip of ice cream freezer in shop

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Food had to be removed from a village shop on four occasions and destroyed after safety inspectors found it posed a risk to public health.

McColls store in Lytham Road, Warton, came under suspicion after customer complained milk bought there caused him to vomit repeatedly.

Debris and dirt  beneath the shelves in store room.

Debris and dirt beneath the shelves in store room.

Altogether 465 items of food and drink, including many high risk items such as sandwiches, cheese and yoghurt had to be seized and thrown away, because they were being stored at the wrong temperature in chiller units.

 

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