Vocelli Pizza passes muster to serve to Army base

 
Feb. 26, 2006

The Washington Times: The Army is watching Vocelli Pizza.

It knows where Frederick franchise owner Robert Gim keeps the mozzarella and whether his tap water is pure. It checks his burglar alarms and keeps an eye on his cleaning supplies. The measures follow a decision by the military after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that states a business now trying to sell it food must pass regular security inspections, in addition to the food-safety checks in place for decades.

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