Kissimmee hot dog cart closes after failed health inspection

A mobile hot dog cart that operates out of Kissimmee was forced to temporarily close after a health inspector cited multiple code violations.

Los Tatos Hot Dog, which is registered at 5811 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, was temporarily closed on Tuesday, February 28, after failing a health inspection conducted by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

During the inspection, nine health code violations were cited. According to the inspector’s report, the business was running with no potable water.

Additionally, the cart owner had prepared the ground beef at home, and was touching food with bare hands.

The person operating the food cart also lacked proof of food manager certification.

The cart was reinspected on March 2 and was permitted to reopen after no violations were cited.

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