(WAFF) - Four low-scoring Tennessee Valley restaurants had their reinspections recently.
The Daylight Donuts in Hartselle scored an 82. The Morgan County Health Department reports there was cold food held above the temperature required to prevent bacterial growth, and toxic items were improperly stored.
An 81 for the Shell Station on Main Street in Hartselle. The inspector found hot food not held hot enough, and reports workers were eating and drinking in the food prep area.
An 84 puts a food establishment on the low performers list. An 85 gets them off of it. That's exactly what happened at Momma's Roadhouse Grill in Falkville, improving by one point during their reinspection with an 85.
Nan's in Sheffield was a back to back Kitchen Cops low performer, but that streak is over after they scored a 94, 17 points better than their previous inspection.
OK Corral Barbecue in Muscle Shoals improved by nine points during their reinspection, scoring an 89 with the Colbert County Health Department.
Kam's Food Mart in Athens is also off of the low performers list after scoring an 89. That's 11 points better than last time.
Pollo Lo-Quillo in Russellville is one of three Kitchen Cops High Performers this week. Each scored a 98. The other two; Wayne's Catfish Haven in Russellville and Sparky's Drive-In in Tuscumbia.
For the most recent health inspection scores, log on to the Alabama Department of Public Health Food Establishment Scores