The Health Department's website will be updated when the closure order is removed.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Prantl’s Bakery in Squirrel Hill was shut down by the Allegheny County Health Department for multiple violations.

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The Health Department says Prantl’s on Forbes Avenue was ordered to close last week because it was open without a health permit.

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Other violations include improper cold holding of food, failure to sanitize food contact surfaces, a lack of hot water and a lack of handwashing sinks in food handling areas.

The Health Department also says the bakery was doing construction before plan approval and didn’t provide notice or request a pre-operational inspection.

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When the closure order is removed, the Health Department’s website will be updated.