We’ve broken our trend of all A’s this week. And it’s not good news for one of our favorite breakfast spots in Tupelo. Read on to see what happened.
The state Department of Health regularly inspects restaurants and food facilities.
The facilities are graded from A to C. “A” is the best. “C” is the equivalent of failing, but the inspection isn’t bad enough to merit the closure of the restaurant.
The following Lee County facilities were inspected between Oct. 5 and today. The facilities are listed as they are in the MSDH system, even if there are typos.
—- A’s —-
- Sprint Mart (East Main)
- Saving (East Main)
- Auburn Super-Stop (CR 931)
- Magnolia Manor
- The Grazin Station (Verona)
- Rosie’s Cookies, Cakes & Cream (Fairpark)
- Burger King (Crosstown)
- Papa Johns Pizza (West Main)
— B’s —
— C’s —
Shockley’s – 10/9/12 – Not in compliance: certified manager; hands clean and properly washed; adequate hand washing facilities supplied, accessible.
At its last inspection in May, Shockley’s made a B. Click here to see all of the inspections for Shockley’s.
To check facilities in other counties, go to msdh.ms.gov/food/defaultDates.aspx.
The health department’s disclaimer:
If in doubt about any facility, call the responsible health department. Data are for informational purposes, not enforcement.