State padlocks 2 trucks at Miami food market accused of disobeying state’s order

MIAMI – A Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services inspector padlocked two trucks in front of Miami’s Adolphe Take Out Market on Monday morning, days after the supermarket was accused of continuing to sell groceries against state orders.

Food removed from the market was stored in the trucks so that staff could fix their violations.

Adolphe Take Out Market truck. (WPLG)

Shop workers may have tried to sell the groceries from the back of the trucks, according to an anonymous tipster.

The Adolphe Take Out Market is located at 64 NE 73rd Street.

The state closed the business last week after the owner failed to comply with and remedied the business’s violations.


As Local 10 News reported last week, the inspector found live cats and cat feces, as well as problems with rodents and cockroaches.

Since May 4th, inspectors have visited the market six times.

Padlock on truck outside Adolphe Take Out Market in Miami. (WPLG)

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