When you go to a restaurant, you pretty much assume that the facilities will be clean and free of mold. In fact, it seems like that would be one of the most basic principles of restauranting. However, that is not always the case. One inspection of Virginia restaurants showed that some restaurants in the area had a plague of mold that was growing in their ice machines. This is because ice, while it is cold, is still water. If the ice melts, then mold could grow due to the moist environment.
Other problem areas for restaurants include kitchen storage areas where food is kept at improper temperatures. Here there are opportunities not only for mold, but also for food borne illnesses like e. Coli or salmonella poisoning. Restaurants are one type of business that you definitely want to be clean. Many cities have come up with grading systems to let customers know how clean and mold free a restaurant is. If you’re worried about a moldy restaurant, then it might be good to check on the rating of the spot you’ve chosen for your next dinner or lunch out.
If you’re a restaurant owner, you will definitely want to nip any mold problems in the bud as soon as you notice them. Even if your mold problem is small, if word gets out that you have mold, people will talk and your business will suffer. It is always best to get rid of mold as soon as possible all of the time, but especially when your business’ reputation is on the line. Don’t leave these things up to chance or think that a mold problem will fix itself. Here in South Florida mold grows easily, and restaurants as well as other types of businesses have to think about this problem all the time. Don’t let your business go down the tubes because of a little mold and call a local mold remediation service before things go too far!
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