North Carolina Restaurant Gets ‘C’ Grade for 20+ Health Violations
One restaurant in North Carolina is under scrutiny for its recent health report. A restaurant in Durham, North Carolina received a ‘C’ grade for multiple health and safety violations. According to Fox 8, a Church’s Chicken also had 12 critical violations according to the N.C. Department of Environmental Health.
Fox 8 reports that the health report stated the manager was not visible during the inspection and that the person in charge could not answer any inspection questions. There was also not an updated health employee policy for foodborne illness or associated symptoms. They also state the inspector saw an open container of raw chicken in the walk-in cooler. The walk-in cooler also contained mold, dust, and debris build-up on the fans and ceiling. Multiple food items did not have labels with expiration dates and soiled walls and floors throughout the facility. North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services states that restaurants receive a ‘C’ grade with a score of 70% to 79%. This Church’s Chicken received a grade of 72. The restaurant’s permit will be immediately revoked.
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