Mercer Island Grocery Store Safety Report

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Whether shopping for the top ingredients for a dinner party or ready-made food for tailgating, it's important to check on your grocery store's safety record. New Seasons Markets have 5.75x more violations than other stores in the Mercer Island regions, such as Mercer Island QFCs, PCC and Metropolitan Market including multiple reports of rat infestations and food-borne illnesses.

New Seasons’ turkey gravy “burned like acid with a bad smell”

Many consumers report New Seasons Markets foods cause health and safety issues, including "vomiting, nausea and stomach complaints." Read more...

Disease-spreading rats, vermin, found at New Seasons Markets

Inspectors say they saw “multiple rats” in the store’s delivery area due to open containers of food waste and compost behind the store, and issued a “sanitation warning” after finding rodent droppings in several locations. Read more...

Compare New Seasons Markets with other stores

Inspectors report more violations at New Seasons Market's stores, up to 5.75 times more violations per inspection, than other Mercer Island region stores such as Mercer Island QFCs, PCC and Metropolitan Market. Read more...