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Mississippi Health Department releases weekly list of "C" graded restaurants

The following is a news release from the Mississippi State Department of Health:

Food Facility Inspection "C" Results
Inspection reports for the past seven days

Mississippi food facilities are graded A, B or C, reflecting whether critical violations were found during inspections and how quickly they were corrected. The facilities below received a grade of C for a critical violation which may have been corrected at the time of inspection, or a critical violation repeated from their last inspection.


Mi Pueblo
Southaven
579 Goodman Rd

Mi Pueblo #5
Hernando 2340
Mt Pleasant Rd

Sunlight Donuts
Olive Branch
7721 Hacks Cross Rd

Janice Catering/Deli
Greenville
402 S Percy

Nia's
Greenville 905
Broadway S

Zip Trip
Hollandale
200 E Ave N

Great American Grill/Hilton
Starkville
975 Hwy 12 E

Circle K
Hazlehurst
28050 Hwy 28

Sal & Phil's
Ridgeland 6600
Old Canton Rd 

Wendy's
Jackson
241 W Northside Dr

A and B Fast Fill
Jackson
4704 Hanging Moss Rd

MS Human Services Snack Shop
Jackson
750 N State St

Meal Ticket Express
Jackson
2345 Hwy 80 W

Walnut Grove Correctional Facility
Walnut Grove
1650 Hwy 492

Friends Bar B Que & Grill
Moss Point
3013 Bellview St

The Butcher Block
Wiggins
1101 E Frontage Rd

Bonefish Grill
Biloxi
2600 Beach Blvd

Dominos Pizza
Gulfport
11236 Lorraine Rd

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