Inwood LI … A local reporter recently visited the plant and found it to be clean and far from the accusations that were made earlier that the bakery is plagued with insect infestation. Senior inspectors from the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets also visited the bakery last week and gave the facility a clean bill of health. All of this information seems to have quickly filtered down to customers who continue to covet their signature challah and other products, sold at some 1000 stores throughout the US. As a further assurance to its customers, the well-known bakery, which was founded in 1966, announced a number of measures to assure that the plant “was practicing the highest food safety standards.” The bakery hired new designated staff, a special consultant, and has invited another independent audit.
July 29, 2013