Maggots were recently found inside a meat case at a Whole Foods Market in San Francisco, and, while the store reportedly cleaned out the case at least three times, the local health department ordered a more thorough cleaning of all floor sinks and drains. A employee at the Noe Valley store initially said that he saw “more than 40” maggots in the meat case after a customer complained; however, the store then reportedly told health officials that only “one dead maggot” had been found and not in contact with any of the meat. While officials with the San Francisco Health Department noted that public health was never at risk, they reportedly criticized Whole Foods for not acting fast enough to fix the problem. They later gave the store’s meat department a clean bill of health.