Owning a restaurant is a big deal

I’ve been a health inspector for multiple years, and already I have seen some of the most excuses for poor health standards from diner and food store owners abroad, but owning a diner is a large deal, not all owners see it for the daunting work it is. The way you care for your food and your diner space directly impacts the quality of the customer experience. As a health inspector, my work is to preserve that quality and hold it to the highest standard. The worst style of places I officially visit are butcher shops, with so much raw meat in there, rigorous testing and inspections must be done on the air conditioner unit. The air conditioner is the centerpiece of a butcher shop. Without it, the shop could not exist due to the high hot temperatures spoiling the meat. I find that smaller butcher shops that experience less foot traffic will keep their air conditioners at higher hot temperatures to save money. A butcher shop that I saw several months ago had such an old air conditioner device that I found flies and lizards inside of the vents. It must have been more than a year since anyone had changed the air filters. The temperature was so hot in the shop that I had to scold the owner outside where the air was much cooler. A butcher shop is a place where you should walk in and freeze to death, not sweat! Aside from the air conditioner, that particular butcher shop had some additional health concerns that ultimately led to their being shut down! Keeping up with your air conditioner in your diner is no joke, it must be done for health and safety reasons.
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