Domino's Pizza - London
FSA Rating: 0 out of 5
Mouse droppings on cooking equipment, serving equipment and on shelves
The lowest performing branch of take-away pizza chain 'Domino's' was located in London and had some particularly notable failings when the food safety officer for the area visited at the end of April 2013.
The officer located a significant amount of mouse droppings on the premises including on shelves, surfaces and under equipment. Not only were the droppings a serious health risk themselves but they also indicated the presence of vermin on the premises.
The officer also noted that the standard of cleanliness throughout the facility was poor and that there was evidence that regular cleaning of the premises was not being carried out, including the failure to recognise and remove of the mice droppings. The inspector was forced to instruct staff members on the proper way to clean and sterilise surfaces as they were not able to do so.
A staff member was also found sleeping on the premises on the food packaging posing a seriously worrying hygiene risk in clear violation of health regulations.