If a food business operator is convicted of an offence under the regulations with regard to food hygiene applying in England or Wales1 and the court is satisfied that the health risk condition is fulfilled with respect to the food business concerned, the court must impose a hygiene prohibition order2. The health risk condition is fulfilled with respect to any food business if any of:
(1) the use for the purposes of the business of any process or treatment3;
(2) the construction of any premises used for the purposes of the business, or the use for those purposes of
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