Health inspection results are all about context.
At least, that’s George Leight’s take on the annual state-run check-ups.
The owner of Fuddruckers in Springettsbury Township maintains that a restaurant can be spotless and still fail to be in compliance with Pennsylvania’s food code.
A normally clean restaurant could have an equipment issue on the day that the inspector stops by for a visit, Leight said.
For example, Leight schedules repairs right away if a cooler or refrigerator stops working. However, hours could pass before a repairman walks through the door – a critical time when an inspector could pay a surprise visit.
Would you eat at a restaurant that failed its health inspection?