Rosa's Restaurant and Catering

On Tuesday, the Hamilton (New Jersey) Township Council unanimously passed a food safety ordinance that will hike fines on local restaurants that repeatedly fail health and safety inspections. hamiltontownship_406x250Ordinance 15-025 increases the current $250 fine to $350 for restaurants that fail food safety inspections three times in a two-year period
Continue Reading New Jersey Township Agrees to Hike Fines on Problem Restaurants

gloved-injection-406After dealing with an outbreak of Hepatitis A late last year, Hamilton Township, NJ, has introduced new food safety laws to fine restaurants for health violations and require that establishments prominently display food license and food inspection reports. If passed by the Hamilton Township Council, Ordinance 15-025 would require restaurants
Continue Reading New Jersey Township Tries Again for Fines on Food Safety Violators

When a food service employee with Hepatitis A was found working at Rosa’s Restaurant and Catering in Hamilton, NJ, late last year, the incident quickly turned into a headache. The sprawling New Jersey township, which spans 40 square miles, had to set up a clinic at its Colonial Volunteer Fire
Continue Reading New Jersey Township Won’t Get Tougher on Restaurants After Hepatitis A Scare