Saline County Food Establishment and Lodging Inspections, October 6-12, 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 October 6 through October 12, 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.

Blue Skye Brewery & Eats, 116 N. Santa Fe Ave. (October 10) Routine Inspection
– In the bar refrigerator was a 1/4 gallon left of a gallon milk dated over seven days. In the kitchen reach in cooler was an open container of smoked salmon dated over seven days. Corrected on site: both discarded.
– Cook put on clean glove and then wiped gloved hands on his apron. Corrected on site: cook educated and removed soiled gloves, washed hands and put on clean gloves.

Dillon’s Store #95, 1235 E. Cloud St. (October 10) Routine Inspection
– Packaged raw hamburger, with what appears to be cheese, mushrooms and bacon on top not labeled with allergen. Corrected on site: removed from sale to label.
– Two plastic food pans in the Chinese kitchen were cracked on the bottom and the corners. The non-stick interior of the rice cooker pan had 1% of interior scored and missing. Corrected on site: all items removed from use.
– No toilet tissue available in men’s toilet room. Corrected on site: supplied with toilet paper.
– Bottle of dish soap stored on shelf above food handling gloves in kitchen next to warewashing sink. Spray bottle of stainless steel cleaner stored on shelf above food handling gloves in the back stock area. Corrected on site: moved chemicals below gloves or to chemical storage area.
– Raw pork roast with what appears to be rice stuffing was not labeled with ingredients. Raw beef roast, with what appears to be seasoned, was not labeled with ingredients. Corrected on site: removed from sale to label.
– Plastic pans stored as clean on drainboard above three vat sink in the Chinese kitchen were nested together with water between the pans.
– HVAC vents and ceiling surrounding was covered in dust in the deli, bakery and kitchen.

Fiesta VIP, 1515 W. Crawford St. (October 8) Routine Inspection
– Raw bacon stored above ready to eat cheese and raw chorizo stored above cheese inside north two door glass retail reach-in cooler. Corrected on site: moved raw food to bottom shelf.
– Self service pork rinds not covered or protected. Corrected on site: covered with plastic wrap.
– No paper towels or other hand drying provisions at the location hand washing sink. Corrected on site: supplied with paper towels.
– Laundry detergent stored on a shelf above single use lids in back prep room. Corrected on site: moved detergent to the floor. No leakage detected. No follow up.
– Personal care products containing fragrance and petroleum jelly were stored above food on retail shelf. Corrected on site: moved personal care product to bottom shelf. No leakage detected, no follow up.
– No net contents listed for tamarind beans, dry beans, dry corn, pork rinds and salsa.
– Supplements not labeled in English: Dolodol, Ajo Chino, Chardon De Maria Silemarina, and Colesterol Y Trigceridos. Corrected on site: removed from sale.
– No common name on packaged in store tamarind beans, dry beans, dry corn, pork rinds and salsa.
– No ingredients on packaged in store salsa and pork rinds.
– Bulk self service pork rinds did not have an ingredient list.
– No business information on tamarind beans, dry beans, dry corn, pork rinds and salsa.
– Fly strip hanging above fresh produce and bakery items in retail.
– Several medicines not labeled in English. Corrected on site: voluntary destruction.

Huddle House, 2250 N. Ohio St. (October 11) Routine Inspection
– Gravy had temperature of 126 degrees F, had been inside portable steam table since 6 a.m. on day of inspection, temperature taken at 9 a.m. Corrected on site: person in charge disposed of gravy at will versus reheating.
– Seven packages of cooked pulled pork had temperatures of 44 to 54 degrees F, cooked onions had temperature of 50 degrees F ad sour cream had temperature of 50 degrees F. All items were inside make table since night prior to inspection. Corrected on site: voluntary destruction.
– Flat of raw shell eggs had temperature of 70 degrees F. Items was setting on back prep table at ambient temperature. Corrected on site: voluntary destruction.
– Diced ham inside of make table dated with day dot of ‘Wednesday’. Person in charge did not know if it was made or to be disposed of on Wednesday, which was day prior to inspection. Corrected on site: voluntary destruction.
– Stainless steel pan on clean dish rack, dicer and slicer on bottom shelf of prep table stored as clean, had dried on food debris on the food contact surfaces.Corrected on site: moved to warewashing.
– Interior top of make table lid was covered in dried on food debris. Corrected on site: moved to warewashing.
– Container of soap stored in dry storage on a shelf touching a box of food tissues. Corrected on site: moved soap to dispenser.
– Container of sugar at the wait staff area was not labeled with a common name.
– Notice of non-compliance issued. Follow up inspected scheduled for October 22.

Long John Silvers, 1019 E. Crawford St. (October 8) Routine Inspection
– Raw chicken inside a plastic container stored on top of container of raw fish inside line make table reach-in cooler. Corrected on site: moved fish to the other side of the reach-in cooler.
– Cracked lid on container of ice cream cones.
– Interior of True two-door upright reach-in cooler had an accumulation of food debris on the inside bottom.
– Interior of the one-door reach-in cooler below the ice cream machine had mold on the bottom and the seal.
– The lid of the kitchen and the expo area make tables had dried on food debris. Kitchen make table cleaned on site.
– Grill had not been used on day of inspection and had an accumulation of dried on food on the upper press.
– Dried on batter was present on the food prep sink and the walls.
– Can opener on top of drive thru counter was cover in dried on food debris and the blade was sticky. Corrected on site: moved to ware washing
– The internal blade of the ice cream machine was setting on the counter in the ice cream area and covered in dried on ice cream. Corrected on site: moved to ware washing.
– Three back flow devices above three vat sink were leaking when water was turned on at hand washing sink and three vat sink.
– Two small ants observed on counter in drive thru area. Establishment has routine pest control bi-weekly, per person in charge.
– Spray bottle of purple liquid not labeled with common name. Corrected on site: per person in charge, liquid was labeled as degreaser.
– Bag of hand sanitizer stored touching case of single use french fry containers. No leakage detected. Corrected on site: moved sanitizer to chemical storage.
– Manual warewashing sanitizer greater than 400 ppm per inspectors test strips being dark green. Corrected on site: showed employees how to make and test sanitizer to 200 ppm Quaternary ammonia.
– No thermometer inside the reach-in cooler. Thermometer is on order, per person in charge.
– Insect control device installed above counter in drive thru area that holds open cases of to-go containers.
– Hot water turned off at food prep sink due to hot water not being able to be completely turned off by the handle on the sink.
– Notice of non-compliance issued. Follow up inspection scheduled for October 18.

Meadowlark Ridge Elementary School, 2200 Glen Ave. (October 11) Routine Inspection
– No violations.

Robby’s Famous Cheesecakes, 1402 E. Iron Ave. (October 10) Follow Up Inspection
– No violations.
– Note: this inspection was a food establishment inspection.

Robby’s Famous Cheesecakes, 1402 E. Iron Ave. (October 10) Follow Up Inspection
– No violations.
– Note: this inspection was a food processing plant inspection.

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