Orange County health inspectors closed the Green Farm Market on Tuesday after finding a fly infestation.
The grocery store violated three major health codes and 12 minor health codes, according to a county health report.
The market was closed for "unsanitary conditions." Flies were found in:
- preparation areas for meat, seafood and produce
- the warehouse
- the front entrance to the food area
- customer seafood and produce areas
Foods were found at unsafe temperatures, including:
- fresh rice noodles (74 degrees)
- fish heads (62 degrees)
- salmon skin (62 degrees)
Food should be stored below 41 degrees or above 135 degrees, according to the county.
Once discovered, the food was moved to a walk-in cooler.
The market's health permit was restored Wednesday. The county has not yet released a report on its follow-up inspection.