Makati shuts food delivery business
The Makati City Business Permits and Licensing Office on Monday closed a food delivery business for violating sanitation standards and operating without a valid permit.
BPLO inspectors padlocked the 6789 CWJC Kitchenette located at the corner of Fernando and J. Victor streets in Barangay Pio del Pilar.
The food delivery business was reportedly catering to clients in various offices in Makati.
The Makati City government has closed 55 errant businesses since January 2019 for violating the city’s Revenue Code, the Sanitation Code of the Philippines, and other ordinances and national laws.
Mayor Abby Binay ordered the crackdown on illegal businesses to “restore order and discipline in Makati” and to protect the interests of legitimate businesses.
Binay reminded business owners to strictly comply with all city ordinances and requirements.
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