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Sylvania bakery owners fined $122,000 after Salmonella affects 200 customers

December 14, 2017
Food Safety

A bakery in Sydney’s south behind a Salmonella outbreak that affected more than 200 people last year has been hit with a $122,000 fine.

The owners of the Box Village Bakery in Sylvania, Thi Thu Ngo and Hung Son Le were each fined $61,000 after pleading guilty to five breaches of selling unsafe food and five breaches of failing to meet food safety standards. They were also ordered to pay $7,199 in professional costs.

Published by: The Sydney Morning Herald, 13/12/17

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