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Chicago Schools Flunk Food Inspections

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posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 05:10 AM
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Chicago Schools Flunk Food Inspections

Glad to see that the Chicago Public School System is gleaming with clean kitchens !!

Wishful thinking.

It's the other way around.

Filth in kitchens and filth in the food !!


Since 2011, 244 of Chicago’s 681 schools failed at least one inspection, according to a review of city health department inspections by the 2 Investigators. That’s 35 percent with at least one failed inspection.

The Anton Dvorak Elementary School had the worst record. Since 2011, Dvorak has failed city health inspections six times for reasons such as no hot water in bathroom sinks, food kept at unsafe temperatures and more than 200 rodent droppings found in food service areas.




Food safety expert Kantha Shelke reviewed the city health inspection reports.

“Rodent infestation, in addition to soiling and destroying property, also spreads disease, some of which can be painful and fatal,” she says.

At Cameron Elementary, inspectors found a mice dropping infestation in the main kitchen, with “more than 600 scattered” droppings.




And that’s what just happened at Hirsch Metro High School. Mice got into some nachos and several students actually got sick eating rodent droppings.

“They said it was rat droppings, mouse droppings in the nachos,” says Johnese James, a Hirsch student. “My stomach was hurting, I threw up and I had diarrhea.”


Dirty Filthy !!

Like they say: The proof is in the pudding !


Chicago Schools Flunk Food Inspections


So much for Michelle's Lunch Program





posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 05:21 AM
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Very worrying, especially in schools. Its worse for the fact that it's not rocket science to keep food areas clean and deal with rodent problems. The staff obviously need re-educated in basic food hygiene.

If they have got as far as mice droppings in the food then god knows what other practices go on in their kitchens? Also how are you supposed to wash your hands properly without hot water?

I wonder is this a funding issue? Are these schools on a tight budget and skipping calling the exterminator in order to save money?



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 05:29 AM
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So veggies on every plate and at least 1 roach for everyone on protein if your fast enough to chase the little sucker down.


I shouldn't laugh. I know...It shouldn't be funny. It's just that Chicago leadership before Rahmbo and especially now, take themselves SO seriously that you'd think what they have control of would be a model for the nation to follow or something. Makes ya wonder when the degree of total control and micromanagement Illinois and Chicago in particular forces their people to endure results in a system worse than most. You'd think they'd try something different.

Perhaps Missouri should invite them over this way for a bit... They might go back with some workable ideas.



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 07:33 AM
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Do you remember perhaps a year ago there was a thread about how Chicago schools would no longer allow kids to bring their own lunches?
So they've been forced to eat mice droppings?
Nice......
This is what you get with corrupt city governments that operate on patronage systems just like the mafia.



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 07:39 AM
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Originally posted by Asktheanimals
Do you remember perhaps a year ago there was a thread about how Chicago schools would no longer allow kids to bring their own lunches?
So they've been forced to eat mice droppings?
Nice......
This is what you get with corrupt city governments that operate on patronage systems just like the mafia.


It makes me wonder how many dishes they serve with raisins in them!

Barf!



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 07:43 AM
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I bet they just blend into the chili too ...



posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 08:24 AM
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I worked as a kitchen steward in a multi-million dollar casino resort...for about 6 days. I was appalled at how awful it was; the amount of infestation, the corners we cut when cleaning kitchen areas, and the knowledge of basic hygiene some of my co-workers lacked.

Honestly, just don't eat out anymore, anywhere..ever. Prepare your own meals.

My standards of cleanliness are much, much higher than any health inspectors...yours should be too for you and your children.

Very unfortunate about the kids and their nachos (trying not to laugh)

edit on 31-10-2012 by NarcolepticBuddha because: (no reason given)



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