Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Another reason to pack a lunch

Twenty-two cafeterias in the Boston Public Schools failed inspections by the city this year, the Boston Herald reports. The central facility that prepares food for 21 schools without cafeterias also didn't make the grade.

The BTU, the Kilmer, and the Lyndon were the West Zone schools whose cafeterias failed inspection. The Herald said that at the Kilmer upper school, the hood vent hadn't been cleaned since 2007, and the BTU served pizza at 110 degrees, below the required 140.

1 comment:

Stefan Lanfer said...

like gag me with a spoon man. gross.