Posted on December 23, 2009 with No Comments
On Monday, A popular University of Toronto Pizzeria named “Cora Pizza” was shut down after an inspector showed up after complaints of rat droppings. The city inspectors found “more than one” dead rat and rat droppings. This pizzeria has been on Toronto’s watch list since March of 2009. Even though this violation occurred in Canada, the same health inspections are done here in the United States. Keeping a clean eatery should be on the top of the list for business owners and a pest management professional should be on call and on schedule to service the establishment more than once a month.
Rats and poor sanitation should not become the reason why a shop is forced to closed, and ruin the reputation of a business forever. If you are an owner of a restaurant or food plant, and do not currently have a pest management professional, please call JP McHale Pest Management. Our inspectors will walk through your entire establishment with you and create a custom pest management plan to prevent your establishment from ever running into an issue like this Canadian pizzeria ran into. We have an entire Commercial Pest Management Department to cater to your needs.
Canoe.ca reported this closure first.