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Florida DCF Cafeteria Closed for Violations

Eatery shuttered after inspectors issue 35 citations for infractions like insect and rodent infestation and incorrect storage temperature.

The cafeteria serving employees of the Florida Dept. of Children & Families in Tampa has been closed by the state's Division of Hotels & Restaurants due to a series of 35 health violations, reports local news station WTSP. The Parthenon Cafe was cited for things like food stored on the floor, temperature violations on dairy products, insect and rodent infestation and toxic chemicals stored next to foodstuffs. State records also indicated that the eatery was operating with no proof of any employee training and a delinquent food service license.

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