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PHD To Award Restaurant Gold Stars

Starting this month, a certificate with a bright gold star will help diners in the five northern counties recognize food establishments for excellence in food safety.  The recognized establishments have met all the state’s standards of excellence for health and safety during their last regular inspection. Panhandle Health District’s (PHD) food safety program created the Food Safety Award of Excellence for those establishments that finish their annual health and safety inspection with no violations. “They can post these certificates where their customers can see them,” said Kristina Keating, coordinator of PHD’s food program. “We can’t wait for the public to notice.” This award’s two goals are to recognize the hard work establishments do every day to deliver safe and healthy food and to encourage all establishments to strive for excellence/Cynthia Taggart, Panhandle Health District. More here.

Question; Which North Idaho restaurant deserves the biggest gold star for excellence in food safety?




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