Delicias Supermarket, a specialty grocer at 316 Northland Boulevard, received 75 violations from Springdale's health department in 2017, including rodent droppings in February and March and gnats in July. Springdale Health Commissioner Matt Clayton said the store dramatically improved its performance by putting its managers through food-safety training. But inspectors found 17 new violations on April 3, including dirty equipment and "gnats in the bakery and produce area." As a result, Clayton has ordered an administrative hearing to discuss possible enforcement action. The store's owners declined to comment.