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The Minister involved in the case on tisseri in a bush

last night described the Extra Magazine, how the employees at Randers Bakery used a bush instead of a toilet - after which they without soap could rinse the hands within - in a sink, from where the waste water ran down in a box, where it was used to clean the dejkrogen.

See also: Disgusting bakery closes lokum: Use the sand

- Unheard of, disgusting. Avoid for anything in the world to eat the bread away, if you want to avoid being sick, calls on the fødevareekspert Orla Zinck.

the Case will now get the Danish people's party, fødevareordfører Lise Bech to raise the case over to the Danish minister Mogens Jensen (S).

She says she is dismayed that the company has not been closed.

- For the Danish people's Party, it was an important part of the fødevareforliget from 2018, that there was better opportunity to close the sort of business, so I am very dissatisfied that it has not happened with the same, she says.

Therefore, raises three questions to the minister:

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'Can the minister explain how it can be done, to Fødevarekontrollen visiting a business – Randers Bakery where the employees do not have the opportunity to attend on a toilet but reference is made to go outside in a bush, like used håndvaskvand be used to ”clean” the gears and there appears lots of other infringements of the rules - without that the business is closed?'

'Believe the minister is not seen in the light of the case of Randers Bakery, that there is reason to look again at the possibilities of shutting down businesses that produce under conditions, which may be regarded as directly harmful to health?'

'Believe the minister is satisfied that the authorities have not been able to shut down a company whose products a fødevareekspert direct do not recommend to take with regard to the company's general standards of hygiene?'

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Randers Bakery has connections to the bankrupt Aarhus Bakery, who shared address with Grimhøjmoskéen and for years back was involved in the arab fladbrødskrig in eastern Jutland, where a number of bakeries with mafia-style methods - including arson attacks - fought market shares.

En Ekstra Bladet on Tuesday visited the bakeries, slet not the human remains in the buskadserne around the old industrial building. Photo: Claus Bonnerup

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