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Kitchen Cops: Back-to-back low performer

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The Marshall County Health Department handed Country Farms in Grant a 72. The inspector reported workers were using the same towel to dry their hands. Chicken wings held below the required hot-holding temperature, an ice bag filler in disrepair, and unlabeled cleaner bottles were also reported.

Also in Grant, Main Street Pizza scored an 84. The big violation there was chicken held sixteen degrees above the temperature required to prevent bacterial growth in cold-holding foods.

Martin's Market in Arab scored an 80. The inspector reported foods held below the required hot-holding temperature, and a hose outside the building without a back flow prevention device.

The Jet Pep Fast Food Mart on Highway 20 in Decatur scored a 73 last time, an 82 this time, making them a back-to-back Kitchen Cops low performer.

The health inspector discovered mouse droppings in the building, and said there were unlabeled spray bottles.

An unlabeled spray bottle was also reported at Curry's on Johsnton Street in Decatur, their only critical violation as they scored an 83.

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