Critical violation at Kimchi House

I’m not sure how much more government protectionism of commercial entities we can stand.

In reading a regular feature of the Mount Vernon Patch, I noticed a Korean restaurant I like was cited for a “critical” violation, to wit:

Critical The following food item(s) is not from an approved food preparation/processing facility: produce from 12″ by 12″garden adjacent to building.
Food shall be obtained from sources that comply with the Law. Cease this practice and remove all garden vegetables from facility.


Now, frankly, the fact they were getting vegetables from a garden (though I question the inspector’s notation of a garden that’s ONE FOOT SQUARE) is a plus for me.  I’d go BECAUSE they were growing fresh vegetables for use.  If they continue, though, they’ll rack up enough critical violations to get them shut down.

And we wonder why small businesses complain about overregulation.

Published in: on May 30, 2012 at 8:56 am  Leave a Comment  
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