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Food Services Staff at Twin Cities Community Hospital Receives Award of Excellence

May 24, 2018

Templeton, Calif. – Food and Nutrition Services at Twin Cities Community Hospital has received the Award of Excellence from San Luis Obispo County Environmental Health Services.

Twin Cities Community Hospital food services staff photoThe food services staff was recognized for their exceptional efforts in food safety and sanitation, exhibiting an uncompromising commitment to providing consumers with safe and wholesome food.

Environmental Health Services initiated this program to recognize food establishments that routinely practice excellent food safety and sanitation. This provides community members with a better understanding of which food facilities in the county have outstanding food inspection results.

The county agency presented the food services staff at Twin Cities Community Hospital with the award, which is now on display at the facility.

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