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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Jack in the Box Closed

The Eureka Jack in the Box restaurant is closed today.  A sign on the door said "closed for remodeling".
The restraunt isn't that old and didn't seem to need a remodel.

I seem to remember this happening once before.  As I recal the owner didn't pay a tax or somethng on time.
Not sure if that's why we can't get two tacos for .99 cents.
It sucks when you have to work fast food but is't even worse when that goes away. 

18 comments:

  1. These are tough times.

    It's not fun watching small businessmen go under.

    Maybe they will re-open...someday.

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  2. It could just be a cash flow problem. They were only closed a couple of days last time.

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  3. Now what am I going to do for my Taco fix? I don't like Taco Bell tacos.

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  4. It could be that a major piece of the kitchen equipment died.

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  5. Not the deep fryer! That's where their tacos come from.

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  6. That and the freezer. You don't think it's the freezer do you?
    I think it's just the State Board of Equalization but I'm just guessing.

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  7. Bankruptcy Sale Completed for 66 Jack in the Box Units
    [2010-06-03]

    Beverly N. McFarland, Chapter 11 Trustee for the Bankruptcy Estate of Central Valley Food Services, Inc., Food Services Management, Inc., Kobra Associates, Inc., and Sierra Valley Restaurants, Inc., has announced the completion of the sale by National Franchise Sales of the final ten Jack in the Box restaurants in the Chico/Redding area in Northern California, to a group led by Ben Nematzadeh.

    This represents the fifth and final transaction since National Franchise Sales was engaged to sell 66 franchised Jack in the Box restaurants in California. The sale of the earlier blocks of stores, completed since May 1, include 21 units in the Fresno area to Nematzadeh's group, 26 units in the Sacramento area to a group led by Anil Yadav, five units in the Sacramento area to Sunita Sagar, two units in the Fresno area to Jyoti Madhura, and a sale of the Eureka and Crescent City locations to a group led by Romesh Japra.

    The transactions were financed by Wilshire Bank of Los Angeles and City National Bank.

    For more information, please contact Alan F. Gallup or Michael Ingram. Additional information is available at www.nationalfranchisesales.com.

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  8. California Firm Recalls Frozen Ground Beef Products Due To Possible E. Coli O157: H7 Contamination



    Recall Release CLASS I RECALL
    FSIS-RC-048-2010 HEALTH RISK: HIGH

    Congressional and Public Affairs
    (202) 720-9113
    Richard J. McIntire

    WASHINGTON, August 6, 2010 - Valley Meat Company, a Modesto, Calif. establishment, is recalling approximately one million pounds of frozen ground beef patties and bulk ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.

    FSIS became aware of the problem on July 15 when the agency was notified by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) of a small E. coli O157:H7 cluster of illnesses with a rare strain as determined by PFGE subtyping. A total of six patients with illness onset dates between April 8 and June 18, 2010 were reported at that time. After further review, CDPH added another patient from February to the case count, bringing the count to seven. FSIS is continuing to work with the CDPH and the company on the investigation. Anyone with signs or symptoms of foodborne illness should contact a health care provider.

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  9. Eat Humboldt Grass Fed Beef instead.
    It' better for you than salmon and more available these days...at least it is in Humboldt Co.

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  10. Went past there yesterday and lots of bread and stuff was being taken out and put in the trash container. Don't know if it will ever reopen.

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  11. I have faith. Bankruptcy sale means that they will start over with new food and the rest of the inventory needs to be counted.

    I give them a couple of weeks at the most.

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  12. they were closed for health violations - mold in areas where food is prepared and/or stored

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  13. i worked at this jack in the box franchise during this closure it was caused by a critical failure on a corporate inspection. they received a 37%, the lowest grade in jack in the box history. it is the fault of the owners that took the store over in the early summer. they were changing the dates on expired food to make it last longer, and many other food safety violations. the owners also were paying out paychecks to people that did not work there. lots of shady activity. My insiders opinion is that you never eat there as long as the ownwer and mangers are the two little indian guys Chat and Vick.

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  14. The Jack In The Box in Crescent City is "closed for remodeling" as well, I just saw the sign the weekend before last.

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  15. The Jack in the Box in Eureka and Crescent City are closed...why?? Because the owner of both these restaurants had no idea what he was getting into when he bought them. He had no restaurant experience, and it is obvious he has run out of money.

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  16. i knew it was health code! carls jr is next.... always "out" of things everytime i have been there- at night- when they don't feel like making or cleaning things.

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