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Fraser Health finds multiple hazards at Burnaby Tim Hortons (3433 North Road) following inspection last week, refers to areas as "breeding ground for egg-laying insects"


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10 minutes ago, Nucklehead22 said:

Health and food safety should be non negotiable and this Tim Hortons and the companies that oversee this location (Interwest Restaurants and Restaurant Brands International) should be ashamed of themselves. 

 

I can't get over the bugs thing :sick:

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How many times ya gonna post this?

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17 minutes ago, 6of1_halfdozenofother said:

When someone is grasping at straws and finally lays their fingers on one, they'll keep using it over and over and over again until it can't be used any more.

 

I'm guessing unless management here sees fit to put a cap on it, it'll make at least a few more appearances.  Because reasons.  :rolleyes:

It's just amusing it's literally the same building, same location and same attempts from the same person but there's "no bias"

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1 hour ago, Nucklehead22 said:

Health and food safety should be non negotiable and this Tim Hortons and the companies that oversee this location (Interwest Restaurants and Restaurant Brands International) should be ashamed of themselves. 

 

I can't get over the bugs thing :sick:

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We live in a spoiled society. It wasn’t enough to het those frozen dinners from the grocery store to bake and and have a quick easy meal. We had to have these fast food places pop up on every corner so people could have someone else cook for them cheap, fast food. Then these fast food places got drive throughs so people could get their cheap, fast food without leaving their cars. And Now these fast food places good can be delivered to the customer’s door.
And, as this thread points out, these fast food places are breeding grounds for bugs and potentially disease. 
Maybe we’re spoiled, lazy, and a bit stupid? 
Although, all these little bugs in that food are likely healthier proteins than the fake meat anyway. 

 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, Alflives said:

We live in a spoiled society. It wasn’t enough to het those frozen dinners from the grocery store to bake and and have a quick easy meal. We had to have these fast food places pop up on every corner so people could have someone else cook for them cheap, fast food. Then these fast food places got drive throughs so people could get their cheap, fast food without leaving their cars. And Now these fast food places good can be delivered to the customer’s door.
And, as this thread points out, these fast food places are breeding grounds for bugs and potentially disease. 

Ok so what kind of diseases, based on this Fraser Health report, other than food poisoning, can someone contract?

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12 minutes ago, Nucklehead22 said:

Ok so what kind of diseases, based on this Fraser Health report, other than food poisoning, can someone contract?

https://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/discussion/infectious-diseases-a-z-tips-to-avoid-illness-while-eating-at-restaurants/
Walk in the restaurant. Check it out. Does it look clean?”

 

Lots of disease in a dirty restaurant. Not a good report where the place is so dirty there is an egg laying bug problem. 
 

 

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27 minutes ago, Nucklehead22 said:

Ok so what kind of diseases, based on this Fraser Health report, other than food poisoning, can someone contract?

https://www.cbc.ca/amp/1.6842563

“Hand washing is important protection against hepatitis A, say health officials“

The inspection report mentions “hand washing stations”. 
“Hepatitis A is a virus that spreads through contact with the vomit or feces of an infected person, often through contaminated food or drink.”

 

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2 minutes ago, Nucklehead22 said:

Ok but the report said nothing about Hep A at Tim Hortons

 

I get why the report is damming and why hand washing stations are important but how does that apply here?

It’s a dirty place. It lacks hand washing stations. It has an egg laying bug issue. 
It’s: 

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I was in this restaurant today.  Not to buy anything but for work.  As a former chef, it's quite obvious that there are staffing issues at this location.  They are short staffed and several of the staff have not been trained.  I saw nothing that a good cleaning wouldn't fix.  The most experienced person, possibly the only experienced person was prepping the food.  The manager was not visible.

 

There is nothing going on here that hiring a couple of experienced food workers wouldn't fix.  Also, training up the staff they have.  It could be that they've lost their manager.  Interwest owns many Tims franchises and could easily transfer a few people from other outlets.  If they have lost their manager, they could promote someone from another location.  

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