Supermarket cleared to reopen after mice invasion

A Coop supermarket in Täby has been cleared to fully open again after hygiene inspectors on Wednesday shutdown the selling of fresh produce in the store because of mice.

"We have found that they have taken measures to ensure that they may open again without restrictions. They have cleaned and sealed the premises and provided credible routines," said food inspector Gunilla Lindström to news agency TT.

The store has had a problem with mice on and off since 2005.

Coop in Täby has decided not to sell unpacked food in bulk, such as sweets and nuts and for the same reason, the fish and delicatessen counters will remain closed until further notice.

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