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    Expired food , slime found at grocers

    Expired food, slime found at grocers
    Jun. 9, 2008 12:00 AM
    The Arizona Republic
    Maricopa County Environmental Services inspected more than 17,000 food establishments since the beginning of the year. More than 2,000 were retail grocery stores, of which 18 percent had at least one major violation.

    Some violations among the top offenders included mosquitoes breeding in the three-compartment sink outside of Baiz Market; severe mold and expired chorizo at Viva Seafood Market; spoiled oysters at Vien Dong Market; roaches at a Los Tres Amigos Mercado y Carniceria; and at Sara's Shell #30, there was slime mold accumulation on the soda nozzles, according to inspectors' comments.

    The agency defines a major violation as something that is more likely than not to cause a significant health hazard or a food-borne illness. If you suspect a violation, you may file a complaint at www.maricopa.gov/EnvSvc/Complaints/Form ... Input.aspx or call 602-506-6616, option 4.

    Go to datacenter.azcentral.com to search weekly updated health inspections of food-handling establishments in Maricopa County.



    This is in a building , can you imagine the taco trucks


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    Yuck!!! What is sick, is that it takes some time to get that slime mold.
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    This is in a building , can you imagine the taco trucks
    A legal business supposidly since it requires inspections.....yucko for those who aren't legal and not being inspected.
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    Our mayor has been trying to put a stop to the illegal businesses, you know, the taco trucks and the produce trucks and such, as well as those with stationary locations. I have been seeing less and less of them.
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