DefaultAllegations about "unhappy hygiene" at two Dunedin Pizza Hut restaurants for the purpose of retiring and officially investigated.
The Ministry of Principal Businesses investigates the allegations that have been taken after a Facebook post-explosion; Applying food safety issues at the stores in southern Dunedin and north.
The post, written by Hayley Bevin and subsequently supported by two colleagues, says that the licensee owner inherited food saved by a captain, he refused to break a broken broken by & # 39; burn oil to dough, and last date of chicken and seafood change.
"I've never found health / food safety practices so badly," said Bevin, who had been working at her & shop for seven years in post.
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Naveen Malhotra, who took over the two three-month stock started, began to comment.
Bevin said that dry materials were also kept safe.
She said she had finished throwing chocolate dummies in the skipper, just to find her again two days later in her illness.
The items were then sold to customers, she said.
This started on a heat dispute with Malhotra, and Bevin walked, along with two other long-term workers, out of his / her shop.
Geraldine Oldham, general marketing manager of Restaurants, said the company was aware of the allegations.
The Quality Assurance team worked through the issues as an "urgent case" with stock licensing owners, said Oldham.
MPI visited his shop on Wednesday and did not find "essential food safety hazards," she said.
"A case in relation to the use of fraud according to dates has also been followed, and no evidence of this has been identified during the inspection.
"The Quality Assurance team continues to work with the licensing team and MPI on any progress."