Uncle Giuseppe's Fails 3 Health Inspections Since 2010 Opening
On August 20, 2012, a customer report of a cockroach in a bag of Italian bread prompted three state inspectors to spend two days in Uncle Giuseppe's supermarket in Port Jefferson Station, according to state records, where instead of cockroaches they found more than a dozen flies buzzing around the deli kitchen, meat room and seafood preparation ... (more)
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#1 Mar 16, 2013
Such a shame. We did the majority of their shopping there. Even though they were a bit more expensive, they are convenient and you never wait on a checkout line for long (they have great staffing).
Seeing these health department reviews is an eye opener. There is no excuse for the failures. They charge a lot for their products, and have a lot of available staff. To have unclean equipment or improperly stored food is unforgivable.
Guess we'll be going to stop and shop from now on.
#2 Dec 1, 2013
Disgusting! I will NEVER purchase anything there again because I will NEVER enter any of their stores again!
#3 Dec 4, 2013
My mom failz health inspections. YO! She gotz crabz. YO! Smellz bad to. YUK!
#4 Dec 20, 2013
I have seen roaches in three of their stores!
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