Eleven food establishments ace health inspections

WATSEKA — Eleven of 144 food establishments in Ford and Iroquois counties passed inspections by the local health department during the fourth quarter of 2012 with no deficencies found.

The results were announced Thursday by the Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department.

The establishments with no deficiencies found during inspections done in October, November and December were: Community Food Bank Service, Paxton; Milford Dairy Queen; Nettie Davis School, Watseka; Martinton Community Food Pantry; Courtyard Estates of Piper City; Kempton Community Booster Club; Heartland Health Spa, Gilman; Gilman Health Care Center; Market Street General Store, Gibson City; Old 24 Diner, Sheldon; and Home Plate Restaurant and Lounge LLC, Onarga.


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Sara Skirving wrote on January 20, 2013 at 8:01 pm

What will happen for those who were not able to pass? What might be the reaction of emt classes orange county for this? I guess they would suspend those establishments and train, attend seminar for them to know and that they will follow all the rules.