A food vendor was closed by the county health department during the Sounders game Sunday against Real Salt Lake.
Hot Sandwich was closed at 4:30 p.m. – a half hour after the game’s start – for “improper cooling of potentially hazardous food” and “failure to correct repeated violations,” according to Public Health – Seattle and King County.
Located at section P131, the Hot Sandwich cart sold hot pastrami sandwiches and pulled port sandwiches with Kettle chips, bottled soda and water.
The health department did not report any illnesses in the statement about the closure.
It’s not clear if the vendor will be open for the next home game at 6:30 p.m. Sunday against Portland.
The Sounders beat Real Salt Lake 2-1 on Sunday.
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