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FSSAI Raids The Rameshwaram Cafe over hygiene and safety violations

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Telangana’s food safety authorities recently raided the renowned QSR cafe chain The Rameshwaram Cafe in Hyderabad. The raid revealed numerous violations of food safety and hygiene regulations. Inspectors found many expired and unlabeled products that were unfit for consumption, including 100 kg of urad pulses, 10 kg of curd, and 8 liters of milk, all of which were expired. Additionally, the team discovered 300 kg of unlabeled jaggery. According to multiple reports, the inspection  team also revealed that medical fitness certificates for food handlers were unavailable, and uncovered dustbins posed serious health and safety violations.

In response to the raid, the founders of The Rameshwaram Cafe, Divya Raghavendra Rao and Raghvendra Rao, issued a statement on Twitter, asserting that the chain adheres to the highest quality standards. The cafe is conducting an internal inquiry to verify the facts and review the stock at each outlet. The statement clarified that the sealed and unattended stock found during the inspection was intended for dispatch, not for consumption.

The statement also addressed false reports about cockroaches, clarifying that the official report did not mention any such findings at The Rameshwaram Cafe. The cockroaches were found at a different restaurant. The Rameshwaram Cafe emphasized that it conducts monthly deep cleaning and pest control to maintain high standards. The statement concluded by affirming that the cafe had not received any show cause notice from the authorities and pledged continued transparency and cooperation.

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