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Kroger / public health/proper training for deli workers

Tr Mar 25, 2019 Review updated:

I went to the Deli department to purchase some white Kroger American cheese. As I walked up to the Deli counter the employee was putting whatever she was eating behind the meat slicer into her mouth. She was wearing clear plastic gloves and while still chewing her food asked if she could help me! I told her I would like a pound of Kroger white American cheese. She take the cheese from the case to the same slicer she was just eating her food over and began slicing my cheese. She did not change gloves before picking up the cheese after having her fingers in her mouth! Further more, starts rubbing her nose while still slicing my cheese! Her gloves were never changed! I really did not want to take the cheese. I really hope I don't catch anything from Marie! This is a really bad health concern, possible health violation. But, I would think this should be used for training/retraining of employees. I hope this is addressed urgently!

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  • Su
      25th of Mar, 2019

    Generally the deli products are left in their casing so employees touch the casing and not the food. You simply take the package, shop, then return to the deli and buy from another clerk. At the checkout tell the cashier that you don’t want that germy package and why. They’ll call the manager and you can tell them your story

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