The Louisville Metro Health Department is making some adjustments to the letter system it uses grade sanitary conditions at the city’s restaurants and other food facilities. The changes go into effect September 1st. Department environmental health administrator Connie Mendel says places that receive an inspection score of 85 or above with no critical violations will […]
Surely you’ve heard the joke . . . a customer is dining out, looks down and sees a fly in his soup . . . He says to the server “What’s this fly doing in my soup?” . . . The server responds “It looks like the backstroke”. Okay, so most restaurants would not be so cavalier, but who makes sure restaurants, grocery stores, and those ubiquitous elephant ear trailers are meeting health regulations?