State health investigators say Port Orange Golden Corral video an 'isolated incident'

YouTube video showed food stored near Dumpster at restaurant

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PORT ORANGE, Fla. - State investigators have determined that the questionable food care practices at a Port Orange Golden Corral that were caught on video and posted to YouTube are not a company-wide issue.

The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports state health investigators say the video showing food being stored next to a Dumpster was posted to YouTube was an isolated incident.

Employee Brandon Huber posted the video on YouTube earlier this month. He is still on paid leave from the restaurant.

In the video, Huber says the restaurant was undergoing an inspection as he walked to the Dumpster area.

"Apparently, what my company likes to do to get ready for inspections is put their food by the Dumpsters," he says.

The video, titled "all you can eat ribs" and posted to YouTube on July 1, then shows uncooked hamburger patties, ribs and other foods in the Dumpster area. Flies can be seen hovering over the hamburger meat.

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