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Health department closes six Baltimore businesses

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Posted at 2:10 PM, Jan 09, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-09 14:10:53-05

BALTIMORE — Multiple businesses have been closed by the Baltimore City Health Department in the last week due to multiple code violations.

The health department says they have closed Club Xpectation, Seoha Inc, Lucky Star Tabacco and Grocery, 7 Food Mart, Good Fortune Restaurant, and Big Apple Mart.

The businesses were closed for the following reasons:

Club Xpectation4330 Lombard Street., 21224Operating without a food license1/3/2019
Seoha, Inc2819 E. Madison Street., 21205Operating without a food license1/4/2019
Lucky Star Tabacco and Grocery400 W. Saratoga St, 21201
Operating without a valid food license1/4/2019
7 Food Mart300 N. Eutaw Street, 21201Operating without a valid food license1/4/2019
Good Fortune Restaurant2202 E. Monument Street., 21205No electricity at the facility and improper food handling1/4/2019
Big Apple Mart3133 W. North Ave.., 21216Cat on premise, adulterated foods and unsanitary conditions1/8/2019

Officials have not said if the businesses are planning on reopening anytime soon.