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Los Angeles' elite are up in arms after photos emerge of the city's trendiest brunch spot storing buckets of MOLDY JAM which workers are told to simply 'scrape off' before serving to customers and selling in $14 jars
The Los Angeles' elite has been left up in arms after photos emerged of the city's trendiest brunch spot storing buckets of moldy jam which workers are told to simply 'scrape off' before serving to customers and selling in $14 jars.
Sqirl, the popular East Hollywood cafe famed for its Instagrammable Ricotta Toast topped with a hearty dollop of fresh jam, has been forced to go into damage control mode after allegations surfaced of unsanitary working conditions this weekend.
Several former workers have broken their silence over the alleged unsavory kitchen habits going on behind the scenes of the boujee hotspot, including quarter-inch thick mold on its signature jam and a rat-infested secondary kitchen hidden away from the eyes of food inspectors.
A shocking photo said to depict the offending jam shows a thick layer of mold across the surface that has been partly scraped by a spatula.