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Narconon Europe fined DKK 20,000 after inspection by Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

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    Narconon Europe fined DKK 20,000 after inspection by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

    Original story in Danish:

    https://www.tv2lorry.dk/artikel/kontroversielt-misbrugscenter-faar-boeder-efter-klamt-fund

    Google translation follows.

    https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&u=https://www.tv2lorry.dk/artikel/kontroversielt-misbrugscenter-faar-boeder-efter-klamt-fund

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    It was not a pretty sight to meet with the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration when, on August 15, they visited Narconon Europe - an abuse center on Arresø near Helsinge, which uses Scientology methods to rehabilitate drug addicts.

    The inspection revealed strips of unappetizing finds in the center's kitchen facilities.

    “There are spider webs and dead flies in window sills. floor grates appear with black dirt and food residue of older date. Shelves in kitchen appear greasy. There is dripping of grease over the roasting area as well as the window. The hand wash wall appears dirty, ”writes the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration in the control report .

    The report also shows that rubber moldings in the refrigeration inventory at the buffet appeared black with suspected mold. The fixture and wall at the dishwasher were also dirty, and both drain grates for a coffee machine appeared with old coffee and dirt.

    dried up food scraps
    In addition, the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration found remains of the cut green in a vegetable cutter, as well as leftover food was found in an appliance as well as dried salad remnants in a production sink.

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    Last edited: Sep 1, 2019