WESTBOROUGH, Mass. — Due to "recurring violations," Westborough's Board of Health has scheduled a public hearing for Tuesday to discuss the possible revocation or suspension of the Regatta Deli's food-service permit.
Paul McNulty, Westborough director of Public Health, said the violations at the 3 Colonial Drive deli came because of food labeling and a recent remodel.
"When they repackage food they are supposed to label it with the ingredients and other information," he said. "They failed to do that."
The deli was also remodeled recently and it did not apply for the required permits, he said.
McNulty said it is at the board's discretion of how to handle the situation. A revocation would require the deli to cease operation completely, while a suspension would provide a time period during which the deli would have to close and resolve the issues.
McNulty said the deli, which opened its Westborough location in 1991, was most recently inspected on Dec. 19. The deli has another location in Worcester.
A representative from the Regatta Deli said they would decline to comment on the proceedings until after Tuesday's hearing.
The public hearing is scheduled for 6:15 in Room 24 of the Forbes Municipal Building. McNulty said the owners of the deli were notified of the public hearing.