Food court reopens
With the exception of three eateries undergoing renovations, the all-clear has been given by the Ministery of Health for the reopening of the food court at Sheraton Mall.
And yesterday those opened were doing brisk business.
On Tuesday, all 21 of the food establishments at the popular Sargeant’s Village, Christ Church mall were ordered shut, with the ministry explaining that after numerous inspections over six days there were “several conditions” in violation of the health services food hygiene regulations. Owners were instructed to carry out the “necessary remedial action”.
The cleaning was led by the mall’s general manager, Kamaal Bennett, along with sales and marketing manager Adrian Clarke of Pilot Management Services.
Bennett said they began cleaning on Tuesday night, working through to the wee hours of each morning.
“Based on the reopening of the stores, the inspectors themselves commended us on the work done. There are three stores which remained closed – Piggies, Yvonne’s and Arabian Knights – but it has nothing to do with the cleaning; they are closed due to ongoing renovations,” he said.
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