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    As a former restaraunt manager, I can ssure you that most, if not all states would require that the oil be changed and the vat (including any around that one that actually caught fire that the extingusher agent may have gotten into) be cleaned.


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    Concidering McDonalds has only recently annouced they are now using real chicken in their chicken mcnuggets, I suspect the extinguishing agent getting in the food would be least of your worries.
    Even the burger-flippers at McDonald's probably have some McWackers.

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    In MI if any sort of food serving or sellling establishment (grocery store, Denny's, bar) had a fire the county health must be called by the FD. The business can't start back up till then.
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