Local Bakery Pinged A Second Time For Selling Mouldy Food

Nov 8, 2018


The previous owners of the JAS Bakehouse at Port Adelaide are in court for a second time after they were again caught selling mouldy food.

Monipiseth Norodom and his wife Thi Huong Tran Le were fined $22,00 in September 2017 for breaching the Food Act, and it has now emerged they were charged for a second time in October that same year.

According to The Advertiser, counsel for Port Adelaide Enfield Council Paul Kelly told Magistrate Alfio Grasso:

“It’s old food being pushed out the door instead of new food.

“We’re not alleging anyone got sick but it is dumb luck that they didn’t.”

The owners have apparently since sold the business and are no longer in food prep.