Columbia, SC (WLTX) - Benedict College says their temporary kitchen on campus has had its "A" rating restored.
The college says the kitchen had a follow-up inspection by the Department of Health and Environmental Control Thursday. In the review, Benedict officials say all citations "were cleared up with no new areas of concerns."
The score on the report was a 99 out of 100.
The kitchen is operated by the college and Perkins Food Management Services.
Last week during News19's weekly Restaurant Report Card, we found Benedict's temporary dining facility scored a 52 C during their routine inspection on September 7th. Three days later on the follow up inspection, it scored a 75 percent.
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DHEC said they found no imminent health hazards requiring a shut down.