Raleigh Meat Market Receives Low Sanitation Grade
Posted April 4, 2003
RALEIGH, N.C. — Along with restaurants, health inspectors also check out meat markets. A popular one got a grade the managers were not happy about.
The meat market at Whole Foods on Wade Avenue in Raleigh received a 72.5, a low C.
Some of the violations:
The meat market was regraded two days later and now posts a 97, an A. Manager Will Johnson said he is a stickler for health rules and said the inspector "caught us on a bad day."