Area food service operations recognized for excellent performance in food safety – including:
NB Local Schools Powell Elementary and Wood County Committee on Aging in North Baltimore
Bowling Green, OH – Wood County Health District is pleased to announce the presentation of this year’s Clean Plate Awards on Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 6:15 p.m. The presentation will take place at the Wood County Health District located at 1840 East Gypsy Lane Road, Bowling Green, Ohio.
The 2015 Clean Plate Award will be presented to forty-two (42) licensed food service operations out of more than 800 food service operations in Wood County. These restaurants and other food service operations have been dedicated to upholding excellent sanitation and food safety knowledge within their facility. The recipients will receive a certificate of excellence and recognition of excellent performance in food safety from the Wood County Health District. The winners of the Clean Plate Award will also receive a Clean Plate Award decal to display at their facility.
This is the fifth year that the Wood County Board of Health will hand out the awards and this is the highest total number of recipients to receive the award since the program began. “Food service operations that receive this award meet very stringent criteria,” said Brad Espen, Director of Environmental Services at the Wood County Health District.
This year’s recipients include: BG’s Frosty Fare, Bowling Green High School, Bowling Green Manor, Bowling Green Middle School, Carolyn’s Personalized Catering, Conneaut Elementary, Crim Elementary, Eastwood High School, Eastwood Middle School, Fernado’s, Frisch’s Big Boy #11, Hot Head Burritos, Islamic School of Greater Toledo, Kenwood Elementary, Luckey Elementary, Main Creek Farms, Marco’s Pizza #8, Northwood High School, Northwood Middle School, Olney Elementary, Owen’s Community College – Culinary Center, Pemberville Elementary, Pisanello’s Pizza, Poppin George’s Kettle Corn of BG #1,2 &3, Powell Elementary, Rita’s Dairy Bar, St. Rose School, Subway #5859, Super Suppers Perrysburg-Maumee, Twisty Treat, Uncle Buck’s Sandwich & Fudge Shop, Weenie Dawgs, Wood County Hospital Café and the Wood County Committee on Aging in Rossford, Northeast Center, Perrysburg, North Baltimore, Pemberville, Wayne & Bowling Green.
Questions regarding the Clean Plate Awards may be directed to Kelly Bechstein, Registered Sanitarian at 419-354-2702, ext. 3283 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Wood County Health District provides numerous services to the community, including comprehensive medical services for men, women and children. Our Health and Wellness Center welcomes all patients and accepts most third party insurances, including uninsured or underinsured clients regardless of ability to pay. The mission of Wood County Health District is to take the initiative to facilitate opportunities for Wood County residents to lead healthy lives. The Health District is located at 1840 E. Gypsy Lane Rd. in Bowling Green. Normal office hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, with late hours and satellite clinics are available. The Wood County Board of Health meetings are generally held on the second Thursday at 7pm at the Wood County Health District and are open to the public.