Why Did We Do This?
We think this is a fabulous a resource for food truck lovers to learn more about their favorite trucks. And, the more light you shed on how well this food truck scene is doing, the more the industry will grow. We've gathered links to 61 food trucks' DBPR inspection reports. The more you know about the food truck scene, the more you'll see it's a legitimate part of the food scene here in Central Florida.
About the Inspections:
Each inspection report is a "snapshot" of conditions present at the time of the inspection. On any given day, an establishment may have fewer or more violations than noted in their most recent inspection. Inspections conducted on any given day may not be representative of the overall, long-term conditions at the establishment. Because conditions can change rapidly, establishments are not graded or rated.
2. Click the date of the inspection you wish to read.
About Food & Lodging Inspections
Public food service establishments are licensed by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants after successfully completing a food safety plan review and an initial inspection. The food safety standards applied are science-based, and largely derived from a national model called the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Model Food Code. The division also licenses public lodging establishments after an initial inspection. Unannounced routine inspections of operating food service and lodging establishments assure that sanitation and safety practices are adhered to.
Deficiencies observed during routine inspections are described in inspection reports, with references to the relevant section of Florida food regulations, and are classified as either critical or non-critical. Inspectors are standardized through extensive training, and are required to document all violations observed. Inspection reports include notice to the operator when violations must be corrected, usually either a date certain or by the next routine inspection. Frequently, violations are corrected at the time of inspection, indicated as corrected on site.