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Golden Corral employee exposes disgusting practices

Golden Corral employee exposes disgusting practices

A Golden Corral cook has exposed disgusting food storage practices in a video./YouTube.com

After being ignored by management, health authorities and media sources, a Golden Corral cook posted a YouTube video showing food being stored outside near trash.

In the video, Brandon Huber shows stacks of both raw and cooked food at the chain’s Port Orange, Florida location branch’s practice of storing both raw and cooked foods near the dumpsters in an ironic effort to avoid poor marks ahead of a health inspector’s visit.

“I’m an employee, I’ve been working here for a long time, and I don’t think this is right,” Huber says.

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