Georgia Chick-fil-A has issues

Maybe Chick-fil-A, the anti-gay fast food outlet, should focus less on social engineering and more on food safety.

The Barrow Patch reports as part of its weekly roundup of restaurant inspections that the Chick-fil-A at 850 Loganville Highway, Bethlehem featured:

• single service cups stored in outside rooms — water heater closet and electrical panel room;

• cutting boards heavily scarred/stained; and,

• inside of chicken defrost coolers with food/juice accumulation.

No critical violations, but I’m more interested in food suppliers that focus on food safety.

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