Alameda County is handling the situation. They send inspectors to restaurants and other
places that sell food to make sure they are complying with health codes that
mandate a plethora of things. Some health codes laws say food vendors must keep
perishables at certain temperatures while in storage and others say hand-washing
stations must be available for employees.
After inspection, food vendors are given a placard that showcases health ratings.
The placards are coded green, yellow, or red.
Patch complied food inspection results for restaurants in Alameda County on Monday to see how local restaurants compare.
Click on the red dot to see a restaurant’s last inspection date and what transpired that day.
G= Green placard, Y=Yellow placard, R=Red placard, Blank=no placard