Food Safety Violations at Nassau County Restaurants
Looking for a restaurant to spend your next date night or birthday but don’t want to worry about inadvertently eating mouse droppings or pulling the chef’s hair out of your salad? Check out this map labeling all Nassau County-based restaurants with critical violations from the past few years.
The Nassau County Department of Health issues fines for violations of all different levels. Critical violations are those that address when the state of a restaurant could lead to the unhealthy consumption of food.
According to data procured from the New York Department of Health, restaurants all around Nassau County have received critical violations. One of the most startling violations seen at a few restaurants is item 4a, improper labeling of toxic chemicals which could lead to contamination of food.
Cross contamination seems to be one of the biggest risks in the food industry as it could lead to allergy attacks, food poisoning and other such undesirable occurrences. Restaurants all across Nassau County were fined for a violation involving the possibility of cross contamination.
The map contains the name of restaurant, type of violation and a description of why the location received that grade. To find a list of restaurants forced to closed by the Nassau County Department of Health click here.