You never stop do you.
You question someone about a $10,000 facility, and I show you a simply facility that would cost that much that does little more than process honey.
Then you analyse the photo commenting on such things as air conditioners, to which you have no clue.
Now you comment on things I have already discussed with my assigned inspector. As I said, they do not require the facility to be up and running from the sense that the hot water needs to be on daily, or that I need to have disinfectant in the sink.
They may, because they understand I only operate my facility a few days each year, ask to visit on one of those few days when I am extracting. So If they ask, I let them know when we will be up and running. The rest of the year, they don't care about me disconnecting the water tank in winter, storing some boxes, or any other anal thing you keep bringing up. About the only thing they want to see is the water certificate.
And you comments about cardboard in a food processing facility is way off also, but of course you know best.
It's funny how one day your suggesting nobody looks at small honey guys, then you making it sound like they are running up guys butts worried about cardboard. Every glass jar I buy comes in cardboard boxes. That is why you have a wash, rinse, and disinfect sink. You clean the glass jars prior to using them.
I personally know my inspector. I don't need to "hush" anything. I know what they require, they know what I do, and it's no big deal.
Is there anything else you want to pick over in the photos?