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Health code violations at Moraga’s Jack in the Box

By scarney
Monday, February 8th, 2010 at 10:26 pm in Moraga, Restaurants.

The Jack in the Box in Moraga is a favorite hangout for many of Moraga’s students and a place where families grab a quick bite to eat. It will be neither for the near future, as the restaurant was closed by Contra Costa Health Services.

Health inspectors noted a number of violations during their inspection on Feb. 1. Some of the violations were carried over from a previous inspection of the restaurant in October.

Violations included a “lack of diligent preparation practices” and “improper disposal of liquid waste.”

A summary of the report composed by Contra Costa Health Services can be viewed here:

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2 Responses to “Health code violations at Moraga’s Jack in the Box”

  1. Bryan Says:

    Yep – read about it at EastBayDaze.

  2. Tom Says:

    I would hope that major violations that close a restaurant for days/weeks would constitute grounds for JBX to terminate the franchisee.

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