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IU Greek Houses Struggle With Health Violation
Updated June 9, 2015 7:59 AM | Filed under: Health
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(BLOOMINGTON) - Health inspection reports show that fraternity and sorority houses at Indiana University are struggling to keep their kitchens clean.

In more than 200 health inspection reports conducted on Greek houses in the last five years, 95 reports contained more than two critical violations. Four had more than 10. By comparison, the Herald Times reports in 126 inspections conducted by the Monroe County Health Department from October to December of 2014, no nearby food establishments had more than two critical violations.

Graham McKeen, a health inspector with IU, says efforts have been made in recent years to increase compliance at the houses, such as hiring more inspectors. McKeen and his team are working to educate food handlers about the proper procedures for food preparation.

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