• GGC food court receives A rating after re-inspection


    LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - The food court at a Gwinnett County college is back in good standing after a new inspection by the health department

    Georgia Gwinnett College received a failing score of 64 last week after a routine visit.

    The food court was cited for such things as employees using gloves to handle raw chicken and perform other tasks, vegetables stored below raw chicken in cooler and unused equipment collecting dust and debris.

    Health inspectors went back to the college Wednesday and gave the food court an A.

    Channel 2's Kerry Kavanaugh received a statement from the company that runs the food court at the school, Sodexo, saying "Following a recent health inspection at Georgia Gwinnett College that didn't meet the inspector's or our standards, Sodexo took immediate corrective action to address the issues.

    "Our operations at the college were re-inspected on Tuesday, February 26 and we earned an A rating, which is in-line with our outstanding inspection track record on the campus, dating back to 2008. Sodexo takes pride in our commitment to safety and adherence to strict safety procedures and guidelines, which lead to clean, safe operations and nutritious food," the statement said.

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