Adan Market on Frankstown Avenue in Homewood was ordered to close for multiple violations.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH, Pa. (KDKA) – The Allegheny County Health Department has shut down a business in Homewood.

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The Health Department says Adan Market on Frankstown Avenue in Homewood was ordered to close on Monday for operating without a health permit and other violations.

According to the inspection report, snacks — “too many to count” — were found chewed by rodents and the inspector also found rodent droppings. There was expired baby formula from October 2020 and expired milk for sale.

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The report also says employees were smoking in the facility.

The inspector says the business didn’t have required mask signage posted, an employee wasn’t wearing a mask and no social distancing was observed.

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When the closure is removed from Adan Market, the Allegheny County Health Department’s website will be updated.