This week's low score is in the food court in Independence Mall in Wilmington. In addition to a damaged cutting board that needs replacing. A New Hanover County health inspector said Charley's Grilled Subs had boxes of chicken, fries and vegetables stored on the floor. The hand sink needed paper towels and light bulbs need to be replaced. An 81.5 for Charley's Grilled Subs. Wendy's in Porters Neck also has some cleaning to do. An inspector found flies in the kitchen, food stored on the floors, standing water in the raw meat cooler and the deli prep cooler. Employees also need to wash their hands before putting on gloves when changing tasks. Some cooler doors won't close all the way, employees need effective hair restraint like hairnets and hats and food contact surfaces need cleaning -- all earning Wendy's on Market Street an 85. Also earning an 85 is the Pizza Hut on Main Street in Shallotte. An inspector counted off for seven violations, including the need to clean and dry equipment properly. Workers also need to use proper hand washing techniques. To Oak Island and Fiesta En Oceana: five points off for an on-going problem of keeping foods properly covered. The inspector also says small children should not be allowed in the kitchen and the staff needs to check the temperature of stored foods. An 86.5 for Fiesta En Oceana. Finally, back to Wilmington and the Roly Poly on Shipyard Boulevard, where roast beef and chicken were stored above the proper 45-degree limit. Employee drinks were on and above the prep table. There were no towels at the hand sink ad the vents need cleaning. An 87.5 for Roly Poly.
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