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Food Safety Report


Food Safety Report

Hello Team,

As you know, one of our main priorities in the restaurant is Food Safety! Inspections are performed in our restaurant quite often by the State Health Department and a company called EcoSure. We perform 2 inspections in the back of the house and 2 inspections in the front of the house everyday! All leaders and directors are required to be ServSafe certified.

Chick-fil-A has a scoring system based on how well we do in our quarterly inspections. Performance Level goes from 1 to 10. It provides perspective for where the Restaurant falls within each Food Safety category.

1: Elite
2, 3, 4: Good
5, 6, 7: Fair
8, 9: Unsatisfactory
10: Substandard

Food safety performance levels are driven by findings from a Restaurant's last four SAFE evaluations and the prior 12 months of health department inspections.

WE ARE VERY EXCITED TO SAY THAT OUR CURRENT SCORE IS 1 (ELITE). We are among the best in the chain! We are proud of everyone of you!! What an accomplishment! Let's continue to place a strong emphasis on maintaining food safe practices.

Four important factors are considered when generating the performance level!

Findings are weighted based on risk level:
Immediate Action

Repeat Findings:
A finding is considered a repeat when it occurs more than once across a Restaurant's last four SAFE evaluations. Repeat findings receive extra emphasis because they indicate a particular food safety issue has not yet been fully resolved.

Two Most Recent SAFE Evaluations:
Findings from the two most recent SAFE evaluations are weighted more heavily than the oldest two evaluations to better reflect more current trends in food safety performance.

Accumulation of Low-Risk Findings:
A high number of low-risk findings indicates different or additional cleaning measures are needed to avoid pest issues.

Chick-fil-A Kissimmee

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