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Danbury supermarket failed health inspection in February

March 4, 2019

DANBURY - A downtown supermarket failed its health inspection in February, according to City Hall records.

C-Town Supermarket on North Street was cited in a mid-February report with 15 health department violations, ranging from dirty wiping cloths and unhygienic practices to food not property protected in storage, preparation and display.

The supermarket was also cited for not properly protecting food from contamination or spoilage - the most serious kind of violation - which triggered an automatic failure.

C-Town was one of two kitchens to fail its health inspection last month. The other kitchen was Fajitas & Margaritas bar and grill on Main Street.

The kitchens were fined $250 each and ordered to correct the most serious violations within 24 hours. They had up to two weeks to correct other demerits.