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PremierLeague-News.Com - The reasons include live and dead cockroaches in the premises
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. In their last inspection in January 2020, an inspector found a dead cockroach on the Church Road cafe premises - in a cupboard specifically.
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Additional reasons for the one rating include absence of a written food safety procedure on the premises as well as food handlers not wearing protective clothing. My London contacted Sunrise Cafe for a comment but did not receive a response. The Apple Tree
The Apple Tree cafe in Alperton Station received the second lowest food hygiene rating
The Apple Tree in Alperton Station in Brent received a food hygiene rating of one in their November 2019 inspection due to fridges not operating below the instructed 8.8 degrees temperature. The inspector also warned the cafe which specialises in sweet baked goods, that staff should not have long nails or nail polish on nails which can lead to contamination. A spokesperson from The Apple Tree said: "It is unfortunate that during the inspection about 16 months ago we had a couple new staff who only just started and were not trained adequately.
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