Cockroaches are a big NO in the kitchen. Restaurants know that. Nevertheless, many of them still allowed those critters to go free in their service areas. And so, as a result, hundreds of them were closed.
Late last year, a restaurant in St. Pete Beach in Florida – The Salty Rim – joined the list of those shut down food establishments. But, it later reopened with the owner stating that they have addressed and resolved the issues the health inspectors determined.
Recently though, the restaurant was closed again. And this time, a health inspector listed even more violations of it.
The inspection in the said food establishment took place on February 17, 2014. It discovered a total of 27 violations of the place. Included in those violations were operating with an expired license, touching food with bare hands and servicing with a roach activity in the cook’s line. Two of those crawlies were also found inside the soap dispenser of the restaurant.
A follow-up inspection decreased the place’s violations to six. And that allowed The Salty Rim to re-open again.
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“A popular waterfront restaurant shut down by state health inspectors at the end of last year is having problems again.
10 News first investigated The Salty Rim back in December. The restaurant is located on Blind Pass Road on the very north end of St. Pete Beach.”
Read more about Cockroaches Found in a Florida Restaurant at: wtsp.com
Roaches roam everywhere. And along their way, they pick up bacteria and germs that could compromise the safety of your foods and beverages. That is the reason you must never let it get into your home, particularly, in your pantry or kitchen.
But the thing is, those insects could be sneaky too. They could haul themselves inside your home using almost any opening as their entry point. It could be your air vent or the whole in your sink.
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