Sunday April 11th, 2021 12:19AM

Food Inspections


Inspected by: Adetayo Adewolu
Inspection Date: 03/22/2021
Inpection Notes

Violation of Code: [511-6-1.04(4)(c)1(i)(ii)(iii)(v)(vi)(vii)(viii)] Observed Bacon stored next to raw ground beef in the reach in cooler. Also observed Raw beef stored next to ready to eat ham in the walk in cooler unit. 1. Food shall be protected from cross contamination by: (i) Except as specified in paragraph (i)(III) of this subsection, separating raw animal foods during storage, preparation, holding, and display from: (I) Raw ready-to-eat food including other raw animal food such as fish for sushi or molluscan shellfish, or other raw ready-to-eat food such as fruits and vegetables, P and (II) Cooked ready-to-eat food; and P (III) Frozen, commercially processed and packaged raw animal food may be stored or displayed with or above frozen, commercially processed and packaged, ready-to-eat food. PIC Immediately re -arranged the food items based on minimum cooking temperatures. New violations. Corrected On-Site. New Violation. 4-2B Violation of Code: [511-6-1.05(6)(n)] Observed (4) Chlorine sanitizer solution buckets all registering less than 50ppm. (n) Manual and Mechanical Warewashing Equipment, Chemical Sanitization - Temperature, pH, Concentration, and Hardness. A chemical sanitizer used in a sanitizing solution for a manual or mechanical operation at contact times specified under subsection (8)(b)3 of this Rule shall meet the requirements specified in DPH Rule 511-6-1-.07(6)(g), shall be used in accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-registered label use instructions P , and shall be used as follows: 1. A chlorine solution shall have a minimum temperature based on the concentration and pH of the solution as listed in the following chart 50 - 100ppm of Chlorine at a minimum temperature of 75 Degrees Fahrenheit. PIC immediately changed the solutions to the proper concentration which was between 50 - 100ppm during the inspection. New violation. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.

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