Hatboro >Dairy Queen
A soft-serve ice cream haven for little league teams, teenagers and families..
Vanilla and chocolate soft-serve ice cream is the foundation for this chain's popular sundaes, banana splits, peanut butter parfaits, milkshakes and chocolate-dipped Dilly Bars and cones. Blizzards made with such candies as M&M's, chopped up Butterfingers or Reese's Cups are a well-loved favorite.
Ice cream is great! But they don't wear gloves or wash their hands for your hotdogs....
I do feel rather guilty about this review, but I feel like something has to be done about big food chains that don't consider people's health standards. And although a lot of poeple don't care if other people put their hands all over their food, I, in fact, DO. I think it should be REQUIRED (and i thought it WAS) to have to wear gloves and wash your hands before touching people's food. WAWA does, Fast Food places do, even concession stands that serve food at the concerts and outdoor events wear them! People under-go crazy training about health and sanitation while in the work place, but if no-one is there to enforce it, who's gonna care, right?
Here's my experience in the DQ, on more than one occasion.... I go into the DQ, and I asked for one of their hotdogs. The woman their (I guess she's a manager) grabs a bun out and puts a hotdog on it and hands it to me. Ok no biggie right? WRONG! She didn't wash her hands and she didn't bother to put on gloves... When I asked her about it she says "I don't wear them"... It's usually the SAME older woman in there when this happened.
Again, i don't mean to beat a dead horse, but YUCK! What the heck is going on in food service??? Why isn't anyone saying anything about the gloves or hand washing? Isn't this required? Am I the only one who cares about this? I can't be!
Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!