Pizza Restaurant Complaints 2

A representative for the city’s Department of Public Health told the outlet that the restaurant was indeed visited on Monday, but the “sanitarian” was unable to contact an inspection as it had already closed.

“Our sanitarian spoke with the owner and confirmed that this establishment will be inspected when they re-open,” said James Garrow of the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Public Health.

http://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/2018/07/26/dominos-responds-to-accusations-poop-found-in-cheesy-bread.html

By Michael Bartiromo

Pizza Restaurant Complaints

James Garrow of the Department of Public Health confirmed that a “Health Department sanitarian” visited the location on Monday “in response to online complaints.”

“The sanitarian was unable to conduct an inspection of the establishment. This facility was last inspected on March 27, 2017 and found in compliance,” he said. “Our sanitarian spoke with the owner and confirmed that this establishment will be inspected when they re-open.”

https://www.phillyvoice.com/dominos-location-temporarily-closed-due-long-planned-renovations-not-poop-related-accusations/

By Brian Hickey

Hiring New Restaurant Inspectors

“Inspections are done on a rolling calendar schedule based upon fiscal year, but that is upset by complaints,” Digital Public Health Director James Garrow told Billy Penn, “which obviously upsets any type of hyper-planned out calendar, and rightfully so as we take complaints very seriously.”

https://billypenn.com/2017/03/03/heads-up-philly-restaurants-the-inspectors-are-coming/

By Danya Henninger