Allegations of "over-hygiene" have been resigned at Dunedin Pizza Hut restaurants and have led to an official investigation.
The Ministry of Primary Industries is investigating allegations after a blast Facebook post claiming food security issues in southern and northern Dunedin stores.
A message written by Hayley Bevin and acknowledged by both groups, the franchise owner allegedly traded food sold unexpectedly, did not mix the broken mixer to balance oil and change the expiration dates for chicken and shellfish.
"I have never seen such hygiene / nutrition safety in such food", Bevin worked at a store for seven years, said the message.
* & # 39; They close food businesses that prevent food security & # 39; – expert
* No food is served in the wooden tables
* What do you most do?
Naveen Malhotra, three months ago, took two stores, a comment was made.
Bevin also said they saved the dried products that were expired.
He woke up the chocolate brownies expired, two days later to find it again.
The items were then sold to customers, he said.
This had a great impact on Malhotra, and Bevin, along with the other two long-term employees, left the store.
Restaurant Mark's general marketing manager Geraldine Oldham said the company was aware of the allegations.
The quality assurance team worked as a "compulsory subject" with the owners of franchised stores, Oldham said.
MPI visited the store on Wednesday and did not find "the risks of critical food security," he said.
"The problem of fraudulent use of the data has also been followed, and no evidence has been identified.
"Our Quality Certificate continues with the franchise group and MPI."