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Making sure the food you buy and eat is safe is another way public health units help protect your health.

Ontario’s public health units are required by legislation to routinely inspect public food premises such as restaurants, grocery stores, convenience stores, banquet halls, and other places that prepare, serve or sell food. They are also required to make this information available to the public.This website is a searchable database of health inspection reports for food premises in Oxford County in Ontario for a period of up to two years. Get started


Food Safety Tips

Wash sponges

with hot soapy water

every time

you

finish using

them

Change

kitchen

sponges,

dish cloths,

aprons

and

towels

often

Wash

hands, utensils, cutting boards and surfaces

between handling

raw meat, poultry, seafood and vegetables

Homemade

disinfectant to

sanitize surfaces

1ml  ( 1/4 teaspoons)

household bleach to

500ml (2 cups) water

Replace

sponges

every

few weeks

Don't

prepare

food for

others when you are

sick

Wash

your

reusable

grocery bags on a

regular basis

or when they

get dirty

Wash

your

hands

every time

you

prepare

or

eat food

Use

liquid soap

and

warm water

for

proper handwashing