Bayswater roast meat eatery fined for breaching WA Food Act

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AN unregistered roast meat eatery has been fined more than $50,000 for breaching the WA Food Act 2008 and operating as a business without notifying the City of Bayswater.

Good Fortune Holding Pty Ltd, which currently has branches in Northbridge and Victoria Park, opened its third branch, Good Fortune Roast, on 5-150 Beechboro Road, Bayswater.

City officers attended the branch on November 22 and fined the business $5000 for running the premises without giving written notification to the City.

The business was fined a further $5000 for conducting the business without being registered.

Other fines included $40,000 plus costs of $1747.35 for failing to take all necessary steps to prevent contaminated food, failing to use compliant food premises and transport vehicles and failing to have hand washing facilities designated for the sole purpose of washing hands, arms and face.

Good Fortune was contacted for comment.

List of recent offenders

– Yeo’s Oriental Store, Cloverdale
– Corean Food Corporation Pty Ltd, Cockburn
– Hokka Hokka, Perth
– Tom’s Fresh Meat Markets, Belmont
– Belmont Market, Cloverdale
– IGA Xpress St James, St James
– Maharajah Store, Willetton
– Nando’s, Northbridge

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