Dairy Queen has repeat violations

Healthinspections.com is reporting that a Dairy Queen in Daytona Beach was  fined $900 for repeated problems such as untrained employees handling food and foods held at dangerous temperatures.

Based on a review of thousands of health inspections in 12 cities, Dairy Queen has one of the worst records in the fast food industry, often with critical violations that have not been corrected since the last inspection.  The chain has one of the worst records in fast food for repeating the same health code violation time and again.

Employee hygiene is the number one problem at DQ – accounting for 22% of the chain’s violations. Hygiene includes everything from workers not washing their hands to employees found eating and drinking in the kitchen.
Near Denver, for example, an inspector watched an employee "wipe nose, take money," and continue to prepare food without washing.