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Proper work attire is key to keeping jewelry out of your fast food, but one chain is back in this week's Restaurant Ratings Report for failing to keep accessories off the job.
Nine violations were found at McDonald's on West Alexis Road last month. Inspectors found an employee wearing jewelry, a build-up of grease, a dish machine with no detergent alarm system, along with build-up on the soda pop machine.
Also on West Alexis Road, seven violations were served at Andrea's Sports Pub. Inspectors noted build-up on hood vents needs to be removed, as well as a cross-contamination risk with eggs stored above lettuce. A sink lacked soap and towels, but overall, inspectors did say the facility is clean and organized.
Ann's Grill on Hawley Street in Toledo received four violations during its visit. Inspectors say the person in charge at the time of the inspection was not food safety certified.
Now to Oregon.
Along Woodville Road, eight violations racked up at Kentucky Fried Chicken. General cleaning is needed throughout the facility, especially the equipment and walls. Inspectors witnessed mashed potato bowls being prepared on a tray on the garbage can.
Another fast food giant was handed six violations in its last inspection. The Burger King on Navarre Avenue needs to focus on cleaning, according to health inspectors.
Each year, 1 in 6 Americans gets sick by consuming contaminated foods or beverages, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.