Pub owners I have spoken to claim that most of their business is done before 7.00 pm. in the day now.
Pubs are now restaurants and so must be assesse as places which prepare and serve food.
Who is supposed to examine these places where food is prepared?
Do they issue cleanliness licenses?
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They are supposed to inspect regularly, but I'm guessing its like the building control regime, and they only really respond to public complaints. An ex of mine did a summer working in a lab testing samples from ice-cream cone machines. That was 10 years ago & I haven't had one since.
You'll get contact details etc here:
http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/Find_a_S ... ntrol.html
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Any food operation must notify and register with the HSE before commencing operation.
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