Thursday, November 10, 2005

Boro Park store, mice infected


For the best Hallah bread in Brooklyn, customers say, head to Yossi's on 18th Avenue in Borough Park, where you can find rack after rack of freshly baked goods. But in August, health inspectors shut the little bakery down after finding a different kind of freshly made item, 400 mice droppings.
The owner denied it, but according to the three-page report, inspectors found a total of six critical violations and had to throw away three trays of cakes contaminated by mice. They also found roaches crawling in the kitchen and dozens of live and dead flies. But it was the severe mouse infestation that got Yossi's closed for three days.
When CBS 2's Kirstin Cole asked the owner if he thought his customers deserved more answers, he responded, “My customers are not getting answers through you, they don't look at you, they don't look at your program.”
posted by Yeshiva Orthodoxy
at 11:49 PM


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