Reinspection ordered for Northwest Side meat market storing food on freezer floor

Culebra Meat Market received a score of 76 from Metro Health

Culebra Meat Market image. Photo Courtesy of Google
Culebra Meat Market image. Photo Courtesy of Google (KSAT)

SAN ANTONIO – A meat market on the city’s Northwest Side was ordered to go through a reinspection late last month after racking up a long list of violations related to cleanliness.

Culebra Meat Market, located in the 7600 block of Tezel Road, received a score of 76 after it was cited for storing food on its freezer floor and after outlets in its back preparation area were found without covers on them.

The establishment was also told to clean food contact surfaces and its freezer.

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Score Guide:

  • 100-90 = A (Very Good to Acceptable)
  • 89-80 = B (Acceptable to Marginal)
  • 79 or lower = C (Marginal to Poor)

Metro Health indicates that scores of 69 or lower are failing scores

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