Georgia has rules it requires every food service operation to follow. These are just a few of the many health and safety regulations. Food service operations without a permit are illegal. Employees must know how to prevent foodborne illness and the symptoms of those illnesses. Food must be kept at the correct temperatures to prevent pathogens from growing. Employees must meet standards of cleanliness while working around food. If health laws are not met, the food service's permit may be suspended.

South DeKalb wings spot rechecked after insects found in food

Update: The restaurant has passed a re-inspection with an 84. Read the new report: here.


A DeKalb County wings restaurant failed its recent health inspection due to insects in the kitchen.

Wings Factory, located at 3316 Snapfinger Road, Lithonia, received a 61 on Wednesday, according to the inspector’s report.

Among the issues: raw wings seen stored too close to other food; a dead insect in a container of flour; and a live insect in a container of corn meal.

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Manager David Ren said Thursday his staff was working to get all issues resolved. He expects a passing score when the health department comes back.

Failing restaurants typically are rechecked within 10 days.

Wings Factory

3316 Snapfinger Road, Lithonia

Score: 61

Report: here.

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