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Boy leaves McDonald’s PlayPlace covered in human waste, employees just laugh

July 12, 2017 by

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By Fox 25 Boston, Published July 11, 2017 Justina Whitmore expected a few germs in the PlayPlace, but not “poop.”  (iStock) A New Hampshire woman is demanding an apology and is raising questions about the cleanliness of a Manchester McDonald’s after her son became covered in human waste in the play pen. Justina Whitmore said […]

How safe is it to eat at a restaurant with recalled food?

April 3, 2017 by

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By Maren Siu Grocery shoppers beware, one million pounds of chicken nuggets were recently recalled due to contamination. OK Food Inc received five consumer complaints, stating metal objects were found in their prepackaged chicken nuggets. Sarah Wellemeyer owner of Taco Del Sol tells us their restaurant had a recall scare a few years back, costing […]

Brag about a good restaurant inspection store, diners more positive

November 8, 2016 by

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by Doug Powell It’s a stretch to say that posting restaurant inspection results – letter grades, color cards, numbers, smiley faces – affects much of anything because of the limitations involved in studying the question. Do letter grades reduce foodborne illness? Probably not. Do they make food safer? Probably not. Do managers pay attention and […]

Confessions from McDonald’s employees will make you second guess your next meal

September 12, 2016 by

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According to reference.com, McDonald’s has nearly 2 million employees and more then 35,000 locations all over the world. With a location seemingly on every corner, there’s no wonder their employees have opinions about what happens in the building. 1.9 million employees as of 2014. McDonald’s has more than 35,000 locations in over 100 countries as […]

Boston MA BOH closes Safari M. Cafe

August 24, 2016 by

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The following restaurant was closed by the Boston, MA for critical foodborne illness violations. SAFARI M. CAFE 50 JOHN ELIOT SQ ROXBURY MA. 02119 Inspection Date: 8/24/2016 Description Location *** Separation, Segregation, Cross Contamination Comments: 1 door reach in/observed whole muscle meat stored in same pan as ground meat with raw chicken stored above these […]

Hep A outbreak leads to restaurant disclosure in NJ

February 11, 2016 by

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by Doug Powell Hamilton unveiled a searchable website Monday that lists inspection ratings for the township’s 500 restaurants and retail food shops in hopes of giving diners a greater peace of mind. “This new website will not only provide our local restaurants patrons with added transparency to enhance consumer confidence, but will also encourage food […]

Disclosure and sick leave: CO lawmaker wants restaurants to post notice if workers are not given 5 paid sick days

January 28, 2016 by

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by Doug Powell A Colorado lawmaker is proposing a “Scarlet Letter” of sorts for statewide restaurants. State Sen. Jessie Ulibarri, D-Westminster, wants to require restaurant owners to have to post a notice on their door if they do not give their employees five paid sick days. “If employees are not offered paid time off when […]