A NEW REPORT BY THE INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE SHOWS FOOD
TRUCKS IN SEATTLE ARE JUST AS SAFE TO EAT AT COMPARED
TO A SIT DOWN RESTAURANT.
SO WE WANTED TO KNOW.
IF THAT WAS THE CASE IN SPOKANE.
JOHN HENDRICKS WORKING FOR YOU TONIGHT.
JOHN WHAT DID YOU FIND OUT?
WE FOUND THEY ARE PRETTY CLEAN HERE IN SPOKANE.
I TAGGED ALONG WITH A FOOD INSPECTOR TODAY TO SEE
EXACTLY WHAT THEY DO ON RANDOM INSPECTIONS.
INSIDE THE JAMAICAN JERK PAN FOOD TRUCK.
Over here we have our jerk chicken
OWNER ROIAN DOCTOR IS PREPARING TO OPEN FOR THE DAY.
I keep it right back to my grandfather, you know like
keep it real keep it authentic, never forget the culture.
HE KNOWS HE HAS TO RUN A TIGHT SHIP TO PASS INSPECTIONS
BY THE COUNTY.
You have your sanitizing water, you have your hand
wash, you have all of that good stuff and you keep
your food at the right temperature and you won't be
having a problem.
TODAY FOOD INPSECTOR LISA BREEN CHECKED OVER HIS TRAILER.
Nice and cold on the cabbage
ACROSS THE COUNTY SHE SAYS FOOT TRUCKS ARE DOING A
GOOD JOB STAYING CLEAN AND SANITARY.
OF THE 32 CURRENT FOOD TRUCKS IN SPOKANE.
13 HAVE NO VIOLATIONS.
THE REST HAD MINOR ISSUES FOR THINGS LIKE HAND WASHING
AND NOT PROPERTY USING WASH RAGS.
Food carts are pretty well maintained from what we
see in fact the requirements for them are the same
as we would have for a food establishment.
IT'S WELCOME NEWS FOR CUSTOMERS.
AS THE INDUSTRY CONTINUES TO BUILD IN THE INLAND NORTHWEST.
Expect a health inspector to pop in at anytime so
you know everything has to be on point.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN CHECKING OUT THE FOOD SCORES
FOR YOUR FAVORITE SPOT.
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REPORTING LIVE TONIGHT.
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