Target Field Food Service Doesn’t Do Well With Local Health Inspectors…

Not a good record for Target Field by local health departments.
These health departments in the U.S. and Canada reviewed the records from health inspectors who handed out lots of violations to Major League baseball parks.

The folks Sports Illustrated used the data from 28 local health departments and they came up with this ranking of all of the baseball parks in the majors.
And YES, Target Field did not fair so well coming in at 22. Meaning they’re in the Top Ten worst stadiums for health violations.

According to the records the inspectors found 131 Total violations and 43 critical violations.
They found some employee’s eating on the job, smoking too close to food preparations and more.



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