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You may not want to read this over breakfast, but the New York Daily News has a story about how some high-end NYC food retailers have not been living up to billing when it comes to food safety.

An excerpt:

"The Whole Foods on the Upper West Side is a foodie nirvana that sells top-quality cuts of grain-fed beef, pricy produce like organically-grown heirloom tomatoes, and a mouthwatering selection of fine French cheeses.

"It's also been found to have mouse droppings in the loading dock, crusty food gunk on the cold-cut slicers, and lukewarm barbeque ribs and mac and cheese sitting in the prepared food section."


You can read the whole thing here.
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