LAWRENCEVILLE (AP) -- Health officials say a food court at Georgia Gwinnett College has failed a recent inspection.<br />
They say the Feb. 21 report gave the site a score of 64 out of a possible 100, resulting in an unsatisfactory report.<br />
Georgia Gwinnett spokeswoman Sally Ramey says the school northeast of Atlanta uses a food management service firm for its food services. Ramey said the school contracts with that company "so this is their issue."<br />
Among violations found: Equipment was collecting dust and debris; parasite destruction documentation for raw sushi was inadequate; and vegetables were stored below raw chicken in the walk-in cooler.<br />
Before the Feb. 21 inspection, the location scored a 100 on Nov. 28, 2012; and a 90 on April 20, 2012.
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