An Airdrie food establishment has been shut down by Alberta Health Services (AHS) due to not having a 'valid and subsisting food handling permit from Alberta Health Services.'

The closure order, dated Friday, April 19, which was posted to the Calgary Zone Health Enforcement Orders website, lists the name of the business as Desi’s Vibes located in Cooper's Crossing (52 Cooperstown Place SW).

"Operating without a valid and subsisting food handling permit from Alberta Health Services, which is in contravention of section 3(1) (a) (b) which states that no person shall operate a food establishment unless the person is an operator who holds a valid and subsisting permit for the operation of the food establishment, and the food establishment is identified on the permit as approved by the regional health authority that issued the permit," AHS states.

The closure order cites that, the owner would have to, 'immediately close the above-noted premises, and take down all advertisements, including online and other sales platforms.'

"... Immediately undertake and diligently pursue the completion of the following work in and about the above-noted premises, namely obtain a valid food handling permit from Alberta Health Services."

Until the owner gets a food permit, the premises will remain shut down. Though the business does appear on Google and is listed as a, 'food and beverage exporter in Airdrie', it is listed as being permanently closed. The address appears to be a residential home. 

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