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Coliform bacteria found at several McDonald's restaurants in Volgograd — standards agency

September 16, 2014, 17:47 UTC+3 VOLGOGRAD
On September 8, a regional court ordered temporary closure of one outlet there for 60 days after Rospotrebnadzor inspectors found coliform bacteria in restaurant dishes
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VOLGOGRAD, September 16. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia's foods standards agency has announced the results of hygiene infringements it found during inspections at McDonald's restaurants in Russia’s southern Volgograd region.

Coliform bacteria have been detected at three McDonald's restaurants in the city of Volgograd and at one of the fast food chain's outlets in the city of Volzhsky, said the supervisory body Rospotrebnadzor on Tuesday as inspectors continued visits to cover all the chain's five outlets in the region.

The agency sent reports on the administrative violations to regional courts, demanding the restaurants be suspended, it said.

“Serious violations of sanitary and epidemiological rules and norms have been revealed at all McDonald's restaurants,” Valentina Kiryakulova, an official in the regional office of the regulatory agency, said, adding that Rospotrebnadzor would insist on a 90-day closure of the branches in the region.

On September 8, a regional court ordered temporary closure of one outlet there for 60 days after Rospotrebnadzor inspectors found coliform bacteria in restaurant dishes.

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