Port of Mocha in Micronesia Mall receives “D” health inspection grade

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According to Chief Environmental Public Health Officer Thomas Nadeau, the coffee shop has had its sanitary permit suspended due to repeat, multiple violations.

Guam – As of yesterday, the Port of Mocha coffee shop located in the Micronesia Mall has officially been shut down for required maintenance.

According to Thomas Nadeau, the Chief Environmental Public Health Officer, Port of Mocha has had its sanitary permit suspended due to repeat, multiple violations.

Nadeau says the coffee shop was downgraded from a “C” grade to a “D” resulting in immediate closure.

The food establishment inspection report reveals that the coffee shop repeatedly violated proper holding temperatures, adequate employee hand-washing, and sewage and wastewater disposal.

A $100 reinstatement fee is required as well as a subsequent follow-up inspection for the re-opening of the coffee shop.

You can read the full inspection report by clicking here.