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Restaurant and Food Premises Violation Warnings
If a food premises inspection or follow-up inspection finds a PEI food establishment does not meet the minimum standards set out in the Food Premises regulations, the violation will be recorded and a warning will be issued.
Only the food premises that have been issued a Warning, Health Order or Closure during the given date range will appear in the search.
To view inspection results for a specific food establishment search Restaurant and Food Premises Inspection Reports.
Following every inspection, the results are reported using the following categories:
- Satisfactory: The food premises has met the minimum standards set out in the regulations.
- Unsatisfactory - Re-inspection Required: The food premises has not met the minimum standards set out in the regulations; a follow-up inspection is required.
- Unsatisfactory - Warning Letter Required: A follow-up inspection reveals that the food premises has not corrected the item(s) previously noted on an inspection report. The follow-up inspection report will indicate that the inspection result is unsatisfactory, that a warning letter may be issued and that a further (second) follow-up inspection is required.
- Health Order: The Chief Public Health Officer will issue a written order if necessary to prevent, decrease the effect of or eliminate a condition that fails to meet a prescribed standard in relation to health, injury or illness.
- Closure: Immediate action against a food premises where an inspection finds that a condition(s) exists that places the health of the public in immediate danger.