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Food Inspections

Friday, November 18, 2011

The following is a list of food service inspections conducted by the Clay County Health Department in the month of October:

October 2011 Food Service Inspections

* Citgo Quick Pick South -- 7996 N. State Road 59, Brazil (one non-critical violation),

* Glory Days Restaurant and Pub, 802 S. Main St., Clay City (no violations at time of inspection), and

* McDonald's, 907 E. National Ave., Brazil (re-inspection: Previous violations corrected).

2011 Covered Bridge Festival Week: Mobile Food Stands 'Approved to Operate'

* Brower Patch Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations),

* Nana's Hillbilly Grill, Covered Bridge Festival (one non-critical violation),

* Market Place Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival (one non-critical violation),

* Alice Bemis Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival (one non-critical violation),

* American Empanadas, Covered Bridge Festival (two non-critical violations),

* Sunset Grill, Covered Bridge Festival (one non-critical violation),

* Cicely Heaven Sent Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival (one non-critical violation),

* Smokey Bandit BBQ, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations),

* 3M Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations),

* Geno's Kettle Corn, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations),

* Doug Starkey Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations),

* Sopana Bussing Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations),

* Randy Beck Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations),

* Lee Lewis Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations),

* TK's Kettle Corn, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations),

* Cheryl B. Hunt Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations),

* Miss Maddie's Strawberries, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations),

* Family Fudge Concessions, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations), and

* Log Cabin Kettle Corn, Covered Bridge Festival (no violations).


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What about all the local restaurants.....?????????

-- Posted by myrtle52 on Fri, Nov 18, 2011, at 10:52 PM

Don't you know we follow the festivals ? lol just kidding . like seriously what do we care about those inspections ? we want to see inspections on our own local establishments .

-- Posted by piggie on Sat, Nov 19, 2011, at 9:09 AM


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