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Congratulations to Franklin County Food Services and all of the Cafeterias in the Franklin County School System!
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Wednesday, December 06, 2017
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All Cafeterias in the Franklin County School System received a 100 on their health inspections!

Congratulations to Franklin County Food Services and all of the Cafeterias in the Franklin County School System!

All Cafeterias in the Franklin County School System received a 100 on their health inspections!

Schools that serve meals under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program are required to maintain proper sanitation and health standards in conformance with all applicable State and local laws and regulations. In addition, schools are required to obtain two food safety inspections per school year, which are to be conducted by a State or local governmental agency responsible for food safety inspections. Health inspectors coming into school cafeterias are making sure that current food codes are being enforced. Some examples of ‘critical’ areas of a health inspection include handwashing, food temperatures, sanitation, and cross-contamination. School cafeterias are required to post their most recent inspection report in a prominent location where it can be seen by the public. 

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