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    Re: Portland lemonade stand runs into health inspectors, needs $120 license to operat

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Ferris View Post
    The only surpise inspections were those conducted by the firm hired by corporate to insure sanitary working conditions. ECO-SURE. Like I said the only ones capable of insuring healthy food service are those that are running it, business owners have a vested interest in not poisoning their consumer.
    Where I worked - we didn't have those... probably a good idea though. I remember 16 years ago rolling into Roanoke VA late, and stopping at a place because we were starving. The GF at the time b-lines for the salad bar and quickly tugs on the back of my shirt and says "we've got to go somewhere else". "Why?" "I moved the lettuce and roaches ran all over the place".

    We kinda lost our appitite that night. Can't remember the name of the place but I think it was a large franchise fast food type place.
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    Re: Portland lemonade stand runs into health inspectors, needs $120 license to operat

    Quote Originally Posted by Ockham View Post
    Where I worked - we didn't have those... probably a good idea though. I remember 16 years ago rolling into Roanoke VA late, and stopping at a place because we were starving. The GF at the time b-lines for the salad bar and quickly tugs on the back of my shirt and says "we've got to go somewhere else". "Why?" "I moved the lettuce and roaches ran all over the place".

    We kinda lost our appitite that night. Can't remember the name of the place but I think it was a large franchise fast food type place.

    Want the better places on the road to eat? My advice is to follow me or any of my fellow truckers. We can't afford to get sick on the road.


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    Re: Portland lemonade stand runs into health inspectors, needs $120 license to operat

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Want the better places on the road to eat? My advice is to follow me or any of my fellow truckers. We can't afford to get sick on the road.


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    Just out of curiosity, what do you think of the PETRO places around the country?
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    Re: Portland lemonade stand runs into health inspectors, needs $120 license to operat

    Quote Originally Posted by Ockham View Post
    Just out of curiosity, what do you think of the PETRO places around the country?
    some of them are aging, some are good. Depends on where you are I guess. As a whole though, I only go into a Petro if I have to, they like to charge to park when the others don't...Generally speaking for eats, I like some of the local business that cater to truckers....There are some damned good places out there with superb food, at good prices, and free coffee thermos fill ups for truckers....


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