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Food Inspections

food pic The Food Program is responsible for regulating the operation of approximately 4,900 retail food facilities in Fresno County. Food Program activities include the permitting and inspection of retail food businesses such as restaurants, markets, school cafeterias, bakeries, bars, mobile food vendors, and community event food vendors; the review of construction plans and inspections of new and remodeled food facilities; the investigation of complaints regarding violations of the California Retail Food Code including unsanitary conditions; and the investigation of suspected food borne illnesses.

The type of retail food operation determines the frequency of routine inspections. Routine inspection frequencies vary from one to four times per year and do not account for other inspections that may be conducted in response to a consumer complaint, alleged illness investigation or a re-inspection of a facility due to critical violations documented during a routine inspection.

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