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Disney springs into action after commissary gets 'C' health grade

October 24, 2011 | 10:31 am

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The commissary at the Disney Studios in Burbank has brought its "C" grade up to an "A."

On Aug. 18, Disney’s commissary received a health inspection score of 76 for a C, said Thomas Parys, who heads the food and milk program for the L.A. County Department of Public Health.

The violations included problems with food temperatures and a “hand-washing issue,” Parys told the Burbank Leader. Disney officials said the company closed the commissary voluntarily while the violations were addressed. Food trucks were brought in at the time for employees.

Parys said the commissary received a score of 96 during an inspection on Aug. 24, raising it back up to A status. A follow-up inspection was conducted on Oct. 13 and the commissary again scored 96, Parys said.

The Burbank Leader reported the contractor handling the commissary had changed.

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-- Mark Kellam, Times Community News

Photo: Disney Studios in Burbank. Credit: Times Community News

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