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Fecal Matter Found In 8 Out Of 9 Restaurant Play Areas


Copyright: redOrbit.com

August 16, 2011



A report by ABC's "Good Morning America" found that play areas at fast food restaurants may be harboring harmful germs and bacteria. The report said a mother who is trying to get standards in place for how restaurant play areas should be cleaned helped make the discovery.


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