Public Health closes Federal Way Church’s Chicken

Public Health closed Church’s Chicken on Dec. 30 for health hazards. Contributed photo

King County Public Health food inspectors closed the Federal Way Church’s Chicken last Thursday.

Located at 31717 Pacific Highway S., food inspectors found the “imminent health hazard” of sewage backup into the facility at around 2 p.m., Dec. 30. The establishment will be reopened once the inspector confirms that this issue has been resolved.

Church’s Chicken opened in Federal Way in 2008. Founded in San Antonio, Texas, in 1952, Church’s is one of the largest quick-service chicken concepts in the world.

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