Saline County Food Establishment and Lodging Inspections, January 27 – February 2, 2018

Food Establishment and Lodging Inspections conducted in Saline County by the Kansas Department of Agriculture’s Division of Food Safety and Lodging from January 27 through February 2, 2018.

Food safety and lodging inspections are unannounced, and inspection results represent only those conditions found in the establishment at the time of the inspection.

Disclosure: Please remember that any inspection is a ‘snapshot’ of the day and time of the inspection. An inspection conducted on any given day may not be representative of the overall, long-term cleanliness of an establishment. Also, at the time of the inspection, violations are recorded but are often corrected on site prior to the inspector leaving the establishment.

Best Venezuelan Cuisine, 2259 S. 9th St. – #146 (January 31) Licensing Inspection
-Raw shells were stored on shelf above fresh lettuce inside upright two-door reach-in cooler. Corrected on site: moved eggs to bottom shelf.

Blind Pig, 2501 Market Place – #A (January 30) Routine Inspection
– No violations.

BS Nutrition, 2100 S. 9th St. – Suite I (January 30) Licensing Inspection
– No violations.

Cooper’s Pizzeria, 123B S. Santa Fe Ave. (January 29) Routine Inspection
– Employee washed hands in three vat ware-washing sink. Corrected on site: educated to use hand-washing sink only.
– Real butter was setting on prep table with a temperature of 78 degrees F since 11:30 a.m. on day of inspection. Per person in charge, temperature was taken at 1:00 p.m. same day. Corrected on site: reheated to 189 degrees F.
– Zip type bag of cooked noodles dated to dispose on February 5. Per person in charge, dated for 10 days. Corrected on site: educated and redated for February 2.
– Mixing bowl and dough hook attached to mixer had accumulation of dried on dough. Per person in charge, not used on day of inspection. Corrected on site: cleaned in place.
– Upon inspector’s arrival, case of tomatoes were setting on top of handwashing sink. Corrected on site: moved tomatoes off top of handwashing sink.
– No soap available for handwashing at handwashing sink. Corrected on site: supplied with dish soap.

Ell-Saline Elementary School, 1757 N. Halstead Rd. (January 30) Routine Inspection
– No violations.

Gourmet To Go, 1402 E. Iron Ave. (January 30) Routine Inspection
– Open package of deli roast beef dated as opened on January 23. Corrected on site: voluntary destruction.

Great Life Golf & Fitness, 1800 S. Marymount Rd. (January 29) Routine Inspection
– Open container of commercially prepared ” Stonehill Kitchen” country red potato salad dated by processor “as use by November 17, 2017”. Corrected on site: voluntary destruction.
– Prepared on site deli ham sandwiches not dated when made. Per person in charge, ham was made on January 26. Corrected on site: dated to dispose of on February 1.
– Pop gun nozzle had accumulation of dark colored debris.
– No hand drying provisions available at bar area handwashing sink. Corrected on site: supplied with paper towels.
– Two spray bottles of a yellowish liquid, one on chemical storage shelf and one under three vat sink were not labeled with a common name. Per person in charge, the bottles contained “Lysol” cleaner. Corrected on site: labeled “Lysol” cleaner.
– Box of wrapped straws stored touching a can of “Goof Off” on chemical storage shelf. Corrected on site: moved straws.

Marshalls #1219, 2450 S. 9th St. – Suite 2002-B (January 29) Routine Inspection
– No violations.

Mokas Coffee, 2424 S. 9th St. (January 29) Routine Inspection
– Slicer had dried on food debris in crevices and on handle that holds food in place. Corrected on site: moved to warewashing area to be torn down and cleaned.

Opportunity Now, 219 S. 3rd St. (January 29) Routine Inspection
– No violations.

Renaissance Cafe, 210 N. Center St. – Assaria (January 31) Routine Inspection
– 10″ X 12″ pan of lasagna had temperature 48 degrees F inside sliding glass door reach-in cooler. Had been in cooler since January 27. Corrected on site: voluntary destruction.

Rod’s VI, 220 W. Magnolia Rd. (January 30) Routine Inspection
– No violations.

Salina Central High School, 650 E. Crawford St. (January 29) Routine Inspection
– No violations.

South Middle School Cafeteria, 2040 S. 4th St. (February 2) Routine Inspection
– No violations.

St. Mary’s Elementary School, 304 E. Cloud St. (January 30) Routine Inspection
– No violations.

Wendy’s, 1940 S. Ohio St. (January 30) Routine Inspection
– Chili stored inside covered six inch deep plastic half pan had temperature of 47 degrees F inside walk-in cooler. Per person in charge, chili was cooling from night before inspection. Corrected on site: voluntary destruction.

Updated: February 3, 2018 — 12:43 pm

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