Saline County Food Establishment and Lodging Inspections, November 3-9, 2018

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Food Establishment and Lodging Inspections conducted in Saline County by the Kansas Department of Agriculture’s Division of Food Safety and Lodging from November 3 through November 9, 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.

Hickory Farms #13335, 2259 S. 9th St. (November 9) Routine Inspection
– No violations.

Kentucky Fried Chicken #106, 430 S. Broadway Blvd. (November 6) Disaster Inspection
– No violations.
– Note: at approximately 8:30 a.m. on day of inspection, there was a fire at the fryer. Liquid suppression was dumped in the cooking area below the hood. Per fire department, the liquid suppression does not aerate. Effected items were voluntarily disposed of. Facility was closed until cleaned per KDA 74, and per fire marshal until suppression system was refilled.

McDonalds, 2236 S. Planet Ave. (November 5) Modified Complaint Inspection
– No violations.

PFS/Comcare, 2090 S. Ohio St. (November 5) Licensing Inspection
– Operating without a license prior to payment on October 23, 2018.
– Note: licensing inspection passed.

R & M Roasted Nuts, 1124 State St. (November 9) Routine Inspection
– No violations.

Smitco Eateries (Popeyes Louisiana Chicken), 720 S. Ohio St. (November 6) First Operational Inspection After Licensing
– At the small make table adjacent to the main food service area was one small plastic container (without a lid) of shredded lettuce, with brown discoloration on pieces throughout, without any date marking. Inside the reach-in cooler below the make table was a commercially prepared, opened bag of shredded lettuce with brown discoloration on pieces through out, without any date marking. The PIC said that the date the bag was opened was unknown, but policy is to go by the manufacturer’s use by date marked on the bag. Manufacturer’s use by date marked as November 1, 2018. Inspector discussed and educated with person in charge regarding date marking of potentially hazardous foods to include the date of opening plus six days for a total of seven days. Corrected on site: person in charge voluntarily discarded the container of lettuce and the opened bag into the trash.
– Inside the reach-in cooler were individually packaged Styrofoam containers (with lids) of prepared on site, opened coleslaw without any date marking. Person in charge said that they have an internal quality date marking system, denoted with the letter for the day of the week on the bottom of each container (each letter of the word quality equals a day of the week, example: Q is for day of the week Monday, U is for day of the week Tuesday, etc.) No letter was found on the bottom of either container of coleslaw. Person in charge said date prepared was unknown. Corrected on site: person in charge voluntarily discarded coleslaw into the trash.
– Inside the walk-in cooler on a metal rack was one large yellow bus tub (with white lid) of prepared onsite, fried chicken breasts without any date marking. Person in charge said that chicken breast is placed in tub nightly and used the next morning by skinning chicken breast, pulled or pieced out and used for jambalaya. Person in charge said that it was unknown when the chicken was prepared. Corrected on site: person in charge voluntarily discarded chicken because he said it is their policy to put a date marking sticker on container.
– The following items were being stored as clean with visible dried food debris on the food contact surfaces: at the raw chicken preparation station on a metal slotted rack above the breaded table were ten square metal pans with visible dried food debris, splattered with brown colored debris, and visible sticker residue. Located on a metal slotted rack above the rethermalizer station adjacent to the walk-in freezer were three square plastic lids, two small square metal pans and one metal butcher knife being stored as clean with visible dried debris on food contact surfaces. In the dry storage area next to the three compartment sink on a metal slotted rack were three large metal containers with visible dried sticker residue and one metal fryer drain pan with visible dried orange debris on the inside portion of the reservoir (utilized for draining and re-circulation of fryer oil) being stored as clean. Corrected on site: person in charge relocated all items listed above to the three compartment sink to be re-cleaned, rinsed and sanitized.
– The hot water temperature at the hand washing sink in the men’s restroom measured 62 degrees F. Corrected on site: person in charge adjusted the hot water, re-checked and temperature measured 101 degrees F.
– At the mop sink was a wye-shut off valve connected to the faucet. One of the black hoses was connected from the wye shut off valve to the chemical dispenser. The chemical dispenser had a back-flow prevention device installed. The other red hose was connected to the wye-shut off valve and the end of the red hose was below the flood rim and had a spray nozzle attached in the basin. The atmospheric vacuum breaker was not leaking. Corrected on site: person in charge disconnected the red hose from the wye-shut off valve and hung the hose up and spray nozzle out of the basin. Inspector educated regarding backsiponage and contamination.
– At the hand washing sink adjacent to the main line, there were no paper towels available in wall mounted dispenser to dry clean hands. Corrected on site: person in charge replenished with paper towels.
– In the dry storage area next to the three compartment sink stored on the bottom shelf was four 1-gallon containers of chemical degreaser, one case of chemical degreaser and one bagged pouch of liquid detergent for the three compartment sink dispenser being stored next to and directly touching a 50 pound bag of rice. No visible leakage detected. Corrected on site: person in charge relocated rice.
– Behind the main counter, below the register, hanging from the top of a metal slotted storage rack, was one plastic spray bottle of glass cleaner with the nozzle pointed directly at individual single service food boats wrapped in a plastic sleeve without separation that could potentially contaminate food containers. No visible leakage detected. Corrected on site: relocated glass cleaner.
– On top of the ice machine adjacent to the walk-in freezer was a 1-gallon plastic container of Bosh chemical brand Maxx Force concrete remover being store directly above and over the ice machine. Person in charge said that the chemical was used by maintenance to remove build up in the drains. No visible leakage detected. Corrected on site: person in charge relocated.
– At the raw chicken preparation station, being stored as clean, were four plastic amber containers, four metal containers and two white plastic containers, inverted and stationed directly on top of and touching the metal table without separation and protection from splash. Corrected on site: person in charge relocated all items listed above to the three compartment sink to be re-cleaned, rinsed and sanitized. Inspector discussed and educated with person in charge regarding potential for cross-contamination of food contact containers being stored as clean in the raw chicken preparation area and delineating a separate storage area for those containers utilized for raw chicken preparation from those food contact containers used at the fryers for ready-to-eat food.
– Notice of non-compliance issued. Follow up inspection scheduled for November 16, 2018.

Super 8 Hotel – Salina, 120 E. Diamond Dr. (November 5) Licensing Inspection – Food Establishment
– Individual packages of real butter had temperature of 75 degrees F. Had been on breakfast bar since 6 a.m. on day of inspection. Corrected on site: voluntary destruction.
– Made on site waffle batter inside kitchen reach-in cooler was not date marked. Corrected on site: person in charge dated November 1 to November 7.
– Open gallon of milk inside kitchen reach-in cooler was not date marked. Corrected on site: person in charge: dated November 3 to November 9.
– Cooling gravy inside metal hot pot container with lid on top. Corrected on site: removed lid and educated.
– Single use utensils stored under sewage line of three compartment sink. Corrected on site: moved utensils.
– Note: licensing inspection passed.

Super 8 Hotel – Salina, 120 E. Diamond Dr. (November 5) Licensing Inspection – Lodging
– Can of disinfectant stored on housekeeping cart touching clean linens Corrected on site: moved disinfectant.
– No hand washing sink in the laundry room designated for hand washing only.The one sink in the laundry room is used for chemicals, hand washing and soaking of linens.
– No “Warning – No life guard on Duty” signage in the pool room.
– Pool disinfectant test kit only reads to 4 ppm Chlorine.
– Emergency light next to Room 113 and on second level west stair case were not in working order.
– Ceiling above toilet and tub in Room 109 were water stained.
– No pet advisory posted visible to guests.
– Note: licensing inspection passed.
– Notice of non-compliance issued. Follow up inspection scheduled for December 5, 2018.

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