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Kitchen Cops: low performers and warm coolers

Congratulations to the workers at the Subway inside of the Walmart on Cloverdale Road in Florence. They scored a perfect 100, making the restaurant a Kitchen Cops high performer.(Source: MGN Online) Congratulations to the workers at the Subway inside of the Walmart on Cloverdale Road in Florence. They scored a perfect 100, making the restaurant a Kitchen Cops high performer.(Source: MGN Online)

From moldy cheese to perfectly clean, it's time for your kitchen cops report.

The first stop on the Kitchen Cops is the McDonald's in Ardmore, scoring an 82 with the Limestone County Health Department. The inspector said there were temperature issues with both cold-holding and hot-holding food. The inspector reports cheese on the prep line was 70 degrees, that's 29 degrees above the maximum temperature required to prevent bacterial growth in cold holding food. The cheese in a cooler was 13 degrees too warm.

The inspector also took off points because hamburger patties were not cooked up to the required temperature. 

The Waffle House in Tuscumbia scored an 84 with the Colbert County Health Department. They lost points because a cooler was running too warm to keep cold food cold enough. The inspector reports finding employee drinks in food areas. 

The Elkmont Truck stop scored a 67. They lost points because the meat slicer needed to be cleaned. The inspector said they found some moldy pizza cheese and an open drink in the meat cooler. 

Congratulations to the workers at the Subway inside of the Walmart on Cloverdale Road in Florence. They scored a perfect 100, making the restaurant a Kitchen Cops high performer.

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