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The state appointed health inspector pictured here, was in the process of performing an assessment of this kitchen’s sanitary condition. At this point in her inspection, she was taking thermal readings of contents within a refrigerator, using an electronic thermometer. Note that she was taking a thermal reading of a stack of processed cheese. At this moment, the thermometer was giving a reading of 35.3
F, indicating a drop from 39.2
F in PHIL 13850.
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