Bothell business closed by public health inspector | UPDATE

King County Public Health - Contributed art

Editor’s note: Parkside Deli and Sundries in Bothell reopened to the public on Dec. 27, 2016.

Parkside Deli and Sundries, located at 18916 North Creek Parkway #101 in Bothell, was closed by a King County Public Health food inspector at 1 p.m. Dec. 21 due to the following food safety violations:

  • Potentially hazardous foods at unsafe temperatures;
  • Improper cooling of potentially hazardous foods;
  • Inadequate facilities to control temperature of potentially hazardous food, hot and cold holding; and
  • Toxic items not properly stored/labeled.

The establishment will be reopened once the inspector confirms that these issues have been resolved.

For more information, visit www.kingcounty.gov/health/closures.

This is taken from a King County Public Health news release.

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