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Reporting a Restaurant in Minneapolis and St. Paul

By February 18, 2012

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The Environmental Health Departments in Minneapolis and St. Paul inspect thousands of restaurants and other food vendors every year. They are also responsible for investigating food poisoning suspected to have originated from a local restaurant, and other food safety issues - problems like dirt, animals, insects or debris in or around food, and unsafe food handling practices.

If you think that you contracted food poisoning from a Minneapolis or St. Paul restaurant, bar, farmer's market, grocery store, food stand, food van, food stall, or other retail location, or if you are worried about food safety at any of these places , here's who to contact.

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