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Health Grades

By Cheryl Thurston

Health GradesWell here we are in the middle of the holiday season, the time of year when we gather with family and friends, to enjoy food and fellowship, and to express our gratitude for the things we have. The hurricane season is over for the year, and even though September and October were stormy around here, November was a fair month, allowing us a nice transition to the holidays. I was blessed to spend Thanksgiving with family, and doubly blessed because my family are good cooks.

Somehow in between the turkey and the pumpkin pie I still found a reason to eat out a few times, so I’m also grateful for the fine folks over at the Bladen County Health Department because they assure the safety of our food supply month after month by inspecting our restaurants and eateries for sanitation.

As always, BladenOnline.com is happy to bring your their report for November as a service to the community. Check out the list below to see the sanitation rating of the eateries and cafeterias that were inspected in November. Bon Appitité.