A new ParknShop store in Causeway Bay faces legal action for allegedly operating a cooked-food stall and bakery without a licence. The Food and Environmental Hygiene Department said two summonses had been issued. 'After the shop was opened, our inspectors checked it and found that the cooked-food stall and a bakery do not have the required licences. We have now issued two summonses to the person responsible,' a department spokeswoman said. The supermarket, which is in the basement of Windsor House, has been open for less than a month. It has applied for four licences, but only the fresh provision counter and the raw fish and sushi section had received licences, the department said. It denied a company official's claim that a bakery licence had been obtained. The ParknShop public relations department said: 'Our Windsor House superstore has been designed and is operated in line with the stringent procedures established successfully across the chain of 28 superstores. We are monitoring the licence issue closely with the authority concerned.' The maximum fine for running an unlicensed food operation is $50,000 and six months in prison, although courts usually impose a fine of a few thousand dollars.