• Fulton gov't cafeteria shut down over failed inspection

    By: Erica Byfield


    ATLANTA - A Fulton County cafeteria failed a county health inspection after an inspector found more than 20 critical violations.
    An inspector gave Chamber's Cafe a 59 score and shut it down Dec. 17. Health Department scores run from 1 to 100.  The cafe is in the Fulton County Government Center in downtown Atlanta.

    An inspection report obtained by Channel 2  said employees weren't washing their hands and the staff needed to remove moldy food from the freezer and treat the area for roaches and fruit flies.
    A county representative denied a request for an interview but said in an email that the cafe was run by a contractor named American Food Management and had been shut down twice before for Health Department violations. A call to American Food Management was not returned.
    A man who ate at the cafe three weeks ago now wishes he had not.
    "That is pretty bad. I mean, that's pretty bad," Timothy Thompson said.
    Fulton County is actively looking for someone else to run the cafeteria.


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