Friday, May 21, 2010

Whole Foods fined for sanitary code violations

From the food bar at Whole FoodsImage by javajoba via Flickr

Until Whole Foods opened a supermarket in Paramus, I made the trip to its Edgewater store only a couple of times a year. The view of the Hudson was superb, but it was just too much of a schlep.

Today, The Record of Woodland Park reports the Edgewater store was fined $1,037 on May 13 for violations of the state sanitary code, including "improper storage of waste, improper sanitizing, failure to keep equipment in good repair, improper food protection and failure to keep food-contact surfaces clean."

(Photo: From the food bar at Whole Foods Market.)
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