About Food Warehouses
The District Surveillance and Enforcement Branch of Environmental Health (DSEB) is responsible for ensuring that food warehouses are inspected and conform to all applicable laws. When health and safety codes are followed it can help prevent the spread of food-related illness and help keep the community and employees healthy and safe.
The DSEB team, also known as health inspectors, inspect food warehouses to make sure the food provided for human consumption is safe and free of contamination. Inspections focus on food safety practices and determining compliance with the health and safety code requirements for safe food temperatures, safe food handling, employee hygiene, an adequate supply of water and hot water, and the business is maintained clean and free of vermin (i.e. cockroaches, rodents).
Report a Problem
If you encounter a problem at a food warehouse facility, or to report any public health issues, call the Environmental Health Division of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Customer Call Center at (888) 700-9995. Telephone agents are available on Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM, or File a Complaint Online. Public Health will not ask you about your immigration status and you can file a report without giving your name.
For help with other employment issues, such as fair wages, breaks, and more, contact the California Labor Commissioner at 320 W. 4th Street, Suite 450, Los Angeles 90013 or call (213) 620-6330. You will not be asked about your immigration status and interpreters are available to help you.