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Frys Grocerymeat department is dirty

Every other time I have visited the store, different days and times of the day, the meat department has layers of old meat cuttings on the equipment and the counters. There is food left out on the counters, without wrapping or lids, like chicken wings and potato salads for extended periods of time which are past the healthy temperature requirements. I understand that with the economy they have less people, but this has to start from the top down. It is not the fault of the employees working the deli counter, but the managers who are not setting up good habits and LEADING by example. It is truly disgusting to shop that department, let alone eat the food that they serve off the cutters. There needs to be a better routine in place to clean consistently throughout the day.

meat department is dirty
meat department is dirty



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    jela001 Aug 05, 2014

    Unless you were standing there timing the amount of time the food was left out, how do you know it wasn't just put there? You can safely leave food out for 30 minutes maximum, most places especially in warmer weather don't leave food out anywhere close to 30 minutes. When you are preparing salads, sandwiches, etc there is going to be food sitting out.

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