Chinese restaurants fear harm by reports food inspection
Chinese restaurants find that they unnecessarily damaged if the Dutch Food and consumer product safety Authority publish reports with information about the kitchens of these restaurants. This is evident from the hearing on Tuesday.
That reports RTL News. Tuesday began the summary proceedings of the fourteen Chinese restaurants at the Dutch Food and consumer product safety Authority. The NVWA wants outdated inspection reports about the kitchens of these restaurants reveal.
RTL News made Monday a list of 172 restaurants public that under enhanced surveillance were standing at the NVWA because they’re dirty. There is, according to the NVWA in the kitchens there muizenplagen and other unhygienic conditions.
The restaurants find that they unnecessarily damaged if they name and shame are called. Especially Chinese restaurants, which are over-represented in the file, resist. Two restaurateurs there are in particular advised that the information contained in the reports is out of date. And that it ‘continues to haunt’.
RTL hope that the transparency of the kitchens to become active. Until that time, they will be there to keep asking. The court will on september 8 ruling.