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10/23/08

Food for Thought Report 10.23

This week's only low performer has been at the bottom of the list twice before, but there is a little bit of good news for this Chinese restaurant. Each inspection results in fewer and fewer violations.

Inspectors cited Great Wall at 1625 University Avenue with five critical violations.

  • Rice was cooling at room temperature. Cooked foods must be cooled in a refrigerator.
  • Numerous food items did not have an expiration date - including; raw chicken and beef.
  • Vegetables in a cooling unit were not 41 degrees or below.
  • There was no food thermometer.
  • Several utensils in the kitchen were either broken or dirty.

Management says all violations have been corrected. According to the report, the violations were corrected at the time of the inspection.

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Here is a complete list of the restaurants and their violations for the week ending on 10/23/08.

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