Marwako fast food has officially been cleared as the ban placed on its Labadi branch by the Food and Drugs Authority has been lifted.
The FDA shut down the Labadi and East Legon branches of Marwako after several patrons of the fast food operator reported to hospitals with food poisoning cases after eating out at the restaurant.
But upon a series of investigations, the company has satisfied the requirements to get back into the business and the FDA confirmed this in a statement.
“Following the verification of your facility at Labadi to ascertain the level of implementation of Corrective Prevention Actions (CAPA), the FDA wishes to inform you that it is satisfied with the progress made in the implementation of CAPA to forestall any future food poising incident,” FDA.
As the ban on the eatery has been lifted the FDA indicated that it will still be conducting routine checks to ensure they maintain the standard to avert any food poisoning incidence on customers again.
See the permit below.