Honolulu, Hawaii 2022-05-24 17:40:00 –
Health officials have given Honolulu’s Golden Duck restaurant a green light to reopen after follow-up inspections have revealed that all serious food safety breaches have been corrected.
The Hawaii Department of Health announced on Monday that a green placard was issued to the restaurant at 1221 S. King St. and was ready to resume.
On May 18, DOH Food Safety Department inspectors issued a red placard to close restaurants after finding several restaurants as a result of regular health examinations. violation — Food stored at inappropriate temperatures, mutual contamination, improper hand washing by employees, cockroaches in storage areas, and pest droppings in food containers.
Officials said a follow-up investigation on May 19 revealed that a serious breach had been corrected and no live cockroaches were observed in the facility.
The Food Safety Department advised restaurants to continue proper cleaning, disinfection, thawing and storage. The restaurant also needs to clean, organize, and organize the back storage area.
Officials said follow-up inspections would address unresolved violations.
Hawaii restaurant inspection report hi.healthinspections.us/hawaii..
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