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Twin Cities cafeteria earns 100 score and commendation by public health department 

Twin cities–In its 2020 survey, the Public Health Department of San Luis Obispo County awarded the cafeteria at Twin Cities Community Hospital earned a perfect 100 score and the County’s Award for Excellence for 2020 for having a score of 98 or greater on both surveys this year. Twin Cities also received the award in 2018 and 2019.

A facility is awarded the award of excellence if it receives a score of 98 or greater in an unannounced health inspection and there are no critical issues or “repeat” issues identified. The purpose of the inspection is to ensure that facilities are exhibiting excellent food safety and sanitation practices. The survey includes reviews all logs, temperatures, labels on food products, overall cleanliness, and observing employees to ensure they are washing their hands properly, using gloves correctly, and that food never has an opportunity for contamination.

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