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Dirty Dining Extra: Vicky Bakery’s Pembroke Pines location ordered to stop selling all food

(Courtesy of Vicky Bakery)

PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. – State records show an inspector with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services inspected the Vicky Bakery in Pembroke Pines on Wednesday and found evidence of rodent activity.

According to records, a “stop sale order” was issued on all “open foods.” A “stop use order” was issued on “all processing of open foods and equipment.”

Records show that an inspector was back at Vicky Bakery on Thursday and lifted the “stop sale” and “stop use” orders implemented the day before. According to the Inspection report, areas where rodent droppings were found have been cleaned and sanitized and a pest control program implemented.

The initial inspection has said that all affected areas must be adequately cleaned and sanitized and that this Vicky Bakery location must also develop and implement a pest management control program before the stop sale and stop use orders would be lifted.

***VICKY BAKERY

15955 PINES BLVD.

PEMBROKE PINES

INSPECTION DATE: 12/8/21

“PROCESSING- OBSERVED MULTIPLE RODENT EXCRETA THROUGH OUT THE FLOORS AROUND WALLS AND ADJACENT TO 3 BAY SINK.”

“FOOD SERVICE-OBSERVED MULTIPLE RODENT EXCRETA THROUGH OUT FLOORS LOCATED UNDER HAND SINK COMPARTMENT CABINET, STOP USE / STOP SALE ORDER ISSUED.”


About the Author:

Jeff Weinsier joined Local 10 News in September 1994. He is currently an investigative reporter for Local 10. He is also responsible for the very popular Dirty Dining segments.