The corn roasting days are over for a mobile vendor that was shut down for illegally operating out of the Mission area.
Health inspectors busted Vasquez Corn Roasting with no hot water and no source of refrigeration for the products being sold.
The business was set up at the corner of Moorefield Road and FM 107.
Kitchen cops have repeatedly warned how many of these types of vendors put the public TMs health at risk for not following important rules.
Most cities across the Valley have banned mobile vendors from operating.
The Food Patrol uncovered in a number of special investigations over the years how basic sanitation wasn TMt being followed by those operating mobile units.
The City of San Benito outlawed them following a report there.
Inspectors have urged the public to ask to see a vendor TMs health permit before a food purchase is made.
Click on the video link to see what else is not on the menu in this week TMs Food 4 Thought! Weekly Low Performer List: (total # of demerits)
WeslacoDaisy TMs Caf #2 2517 N Texas Blvd (48) *Off-Temp. Foods, Rusted Equipment*Church TMs 3218 E Business 83 (21, 4 ) *Off-Temp. Foods, Missing Food Handler Certification*
San JuanLa Brasa Taqueria Raul Longoria & Thelma (32) *Shutdown, No Hot Water, Soap or Towels*
MissionVasquez Corn Roasting Moorefield Rd & FM 107 *Illegal Mobile Vendor Closed*
Weekly Top Performer List: (0 Demerits)
ElsaTaqueria Don Juan 204 W EdinburgStars 601 E Hwy 107
SPIMcDonald TMs 908 Padre Blvd
McAllenWhataburger 1412 E Jackson AveIHop 4321 N 10thOlive Garden 7812 N 10thLuby TMs 4901 N 10th
PalmviewStars 990 E Palm Vista
EdinburgLuby TMs 2201 W University
MissionKFC 901 E 9th St