Two Elkhart food establishments, one store and one restaurant, closed in Elkhart last week.
The food store inside Village Bazaar Value Store, 2341 Northview Drive, was closed for operating without inspection to ensure “adequate food safety” and sanitation requirements were met, and also for operating without a food service license, Flavor 574’s partners at The Elkhart Truth report.
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The store can only sell prepackaged, non-potentially hazardous foods until state and local food laws are adhered to, The Elkhart Truth reports. The store must have a limited food service license to sell prepackaged potentially hazardous foods.
Bill’s Bar-B-Que, 1592 W. Franklin St., also closed last week for operating without a valid food license and operating without an inspection to ensure food and sanitation safety. It must stay closed until it meets local and state food regulations.
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The restaurant’s other location, at 2426 Benham Ave. in Elkhart, remains open for business.
For more details, see the full story from The Elkhart Truth.