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Vidalia’s Chick-fil-A Food Truck closed in Reidsville
Chick-fil-A Vidalia Food Truck
Front row (l to r): Dan Bennett, Chick-fil-A cow, Brad Anderson, Verdie Williams, Dr. Casey Spivey, Wolf Spivey, Sarah Bullard, Marissa Brown, Glenda Cowart, Alyvia Cheley, Nancy Cheley, Jackie Trim, Jincy Wallace, Ollie the Optim Compassion Bear, Megan Waters, Christy McCall, Andrea Heckel, Danielle Shaff, and Lindsay Bennett.

The Vidalia Chick-fil-A Food Truck, which has visited Reidsville every other Thursday since February 24, 2022, was closed by the Tattnall County Health Department on September 22. 

While the food truck received a routine health inspection score of 96, Health Inspector Lance Dasher noted a violation of adequate ventilation. The ambient air temperature in the mobile unit was above 90 degrees Fahrenheit (92-94 degrees), and Dasher advised that the truck needs to close until the air conditioning is repaired.

The only other violation noted on the September 22 report was that an employee was wearing a necklace while preparing to fry chicken. 

The Chick-fil-A Food Truck was located at 247 S Main Street in Reidsville. This is not to be confused with Hinesville’s Chick-fil-A Truck, which visits Glennville every Tuesday.