Saturday, February 3, 2018
School cafeterias are kinda dirty
Nearly half of New York City public school cafeterias have been slapped with serious health code violations, including rodents and insects, according to a new report.
More than 1,100 critical violations were found at nearly 700 cafeteria in 2017, NYCity News Service — a CUNY Graduate School of Journalism student news service — reported. About 20 percent of those citations were considered critical, which means they're more likely to contribute to food-borne illnesses.
There were mice, rats, roaches and flies.