Coe Hill restaurant hit with 4 health and safety charges from local health unit

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Hastings Prince Edward Public Health has charged Gas and Country Restaurant in Coe Hill with four separate charges, including:

  • Fail to ensure completion of food handler training by food handler or supervisor
  • Food premise maintained in manner adversely affecting sanitary operation
  • Fail to protect against harbouring of pests
  • Fail to provide handwashing stations with adequate supplies

The results of the charges are pending, and Quinteist will provide updates as they become available.

Other recent charges include Smoker’s World and Riverside Convenience in Trenton, which were both charged with selling a vapour product to a person who is less than 19 years old. The Stinky Canuck in Picton faces the same charge.

View all recent charges from the health unit here. This page provides the public with information regarding enforcement activities including charges and convictions involving food establishments, personal services settings (i.e. salons, spas, tattoo and piercing establishments), licensed child care centres, recreational water facilities, small drinking water systems, recreational camps and other facilities (related to COVID-19) in HPEPH.

Enforcement activities are posted for two years or four years for small drinking water systems.

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