PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VA — Prince William Health District officials recently inspected food preparation and storage in the area. Full reports can be accessed on the health department’s website. "In our experience, it is unrealistic to expect that a complex, full-service food operation can routinely avoid any violations," according to Virginia Department of Health’s website.
Violations noted below—such as the 16 at Almitas Restaurant—involve those issues that would typically require a re-inspection if not corrected or those that are more likely than other violations to contribute to food contamination. They’re divided into two categories:
Priority Observations are those violations such as improper cooking, reheating, cooling, or handwashing.
These violations are known to cause foodborne illnesses. Uncorrected priority observations usually result in a re-inspection.
Critical violations are are food regulation violations which, if left uncorrected, are more likely than other violations to directly contribute to food contamination, illness, or environmental degradation.
"No priority or critical violations" means that other violations were noted, but do not require re-inspection.
"No items found" means no violations were noted for the establishment, according to the health department.
These reports are the most recent available. Read complete inspection info by clicking on the name of the establishment below. At the health inspection website, select the "violations" tab.
1 priority, 2 priority foundation, 4 core, 1 repeat
1 priority foundation, 4 core
1 priority foundation, 1 core, 2 repeat
1 core, 1 repeat
2 priority foundation, 6 core, 8 repeat
14900 Potomac Town Pl 150, Woodbridge, VA 22191
1 priority foundation, 2 core, 2 repeat
No items found
2 priority, 2 core
Ruby Tuesday #4946
12721 Marblestone Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22192
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