The owner of the cafe network "Anderson" has accused the federal service of counterfeiting of samples
The Moscow office of Rospotrebnadzor reported that, according to the results of the inspection, he found E. coli in 14 of 17 Anderson cafes. This is indicated in the message on the site office.
Rospotrebnadzor started a network check scheduled for March 1st. According to the press service of the organization, the checks are due to consumer complaints. Studies of ready-to-eat foods and raw foods have revealed E. coli and general contamination in them. Rospotrebnadzor also published a photo from the Anderson cafe with descriptions of violations.
Anastasia Tatulova, owner of the network, wrote on her Facebook that the Federal Service for the Protection of Consumer Rights has forged samples. "Don't be silent! Make statements! Otherwise, brazenly, they will come to you next time. They will falsify the champions, damage your business, be rude, they will go to earn KPIs for you, they will publicly humiliate you," wrote Tatulova.
According to Rospotrebnadzor, in 2015, with the court's decision, Anderson closed one of the cafes for 90 days after the child who visited him was hospitalized with an intestinal infection. In 2015-2018, the company and its officials were repeatedly brought to administrative responsibility.