Authorities have shut down the Delma branch of Panaderia Bakery in Abu Dhabi.
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DUBAI – An outlet of Panaderia Bakery in Abu Dhabi has been shut down for violating public health rules, according to reports.
The Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority issued a notice saying that the bakery was “deemed a risk to public health”. According to the authority, the bakery violated consumer protection and food safety guidelines.
Speaking to Expatmedia.net on Monday (January 20), a representative of Panaderia Bakery said its Delma branch was shut down last week but that they are working on meeting requirements to reopen soon. Panaderia Bakery has 23 branches in Abu Dhabi.
The bakery is popular with Filipino expatriates, serving Filipino bread, snacks and desserts, including halo-halo.
The Abu Dhabi food safety authority said that the bakery’s outlet that was shut down may only reopen after taking corrective measures that will meet quality standards. ICA/Expat Media
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