Most of the violations were corrected during the inspection.
In a statement, Jordan Higgs, the general manager of the location, said it is reviewing procedures “and implementing enhancements to prevent this from happening again.
“Historically, we have maintained high scores, above 90 and even 100 over the past four years. We see this as an anomaly and are fully committed to continuing to maintaining our high standards in the future,” Higgs said.
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The inspector also noted that some produce was not properly cleaned, food and containers were stored on the floor and some food was not thrown out by its discard date.
Kaldi's which is based in Missouri, has two other locations on Emory's campus, at the School of Medicine and in Cox Hall, according to the company's website.
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Channel 2's Alyssa Hyman reports.