Critical food violations found by the health department

July 31, 2013 

GIBSON'S GENERAL

12416 S. 7 Hwy.

Lake Lotawana

• Critical violation 7-201.11: Chemical sanitizer was observed to be stored over the sanitizing sink at the three compartment sink. CORRECTED during this inspection.

T-BONES DELI AND MEAT MARKET

27900 E Colbern

Lake Lotawana

• Critical violation 2-401.11: A lit cigarette was observed stored on equipment in the kitchen. An employee shall only use any form of tobacco in designated areas where the contamination of exposed food; clean equipment, utensils, and linens; unwrapped single-service and single-use articles; or other items needing protection can not result - CORRECTED.

COURTYARD CAFÉ

510 Murray Road

• Critical violation 3-301.11: Cook was observed handling a ready to eat food with bare hands - CORRECTED through discussion.

JUMPIN’ CATFISH RESTAURANT

834 SW Blue Pkwy.

• Critical violation 7-201.11: Can of spray paint was observed above food on dry storage rack. Sanitizer spray bottle was observed above food on dry storage shelf. Bottle of detergent observed above three compartment sink where food was thawing. Burner fuel was observes stored above soda machine. CORRECTED ON SITE. All chemicals were moved to a safe area by the manager.

LAMAR’S DONUTS

705 Melody Ln.

• Critical violation 7-201.11: Chemical spray bottle observed hanging above cleaned food equipment. Chemicals observed above milk containers (non-PHF) on dry storage shelf. Both corrected on site by moving the chemicals to an appropriate location.

LANDMARK SKATE CENTER

701 SE Oldham Ct.

• Critical violation 6-501.111: There were numerous rodent droppings observed in the food storage cabinets in the snack bar.

LITTLE CAESAR’S

303 NE Todd George Rd.

• Critical violation 2-401.11: Employee beverage bottles were stored in the reach-in cooler. Employee beverages must have a lid and a straw to prevent contamination of hands, container, and exposed food; clean equipment, utensils and linens; and unwrapped single-service and single-use articles - CORRECTED.

LU'S KITCHEN

280 SW Blue Pkwy.

• Critical violation 7-102.11: Chemical cleaning spray bottle was not labeled with common name of material - CORRETED on site (bottle labeled).

MCDONALD'S

No. 31067

125 SW MO 150 Hwy.

• Critical violation 7-201.11: Chemicals were observed to be stored with food items at the drive-up window. CORRECTED during this inspection.

MEINER'S MARKET ARBORWALK

1229 SW Arborwalk Blvd.

• Critical violation 7-201.11: Chemicals were observed to be stored adjacent to single service food containers on the display shelf. CORRECTED during this inspection.

NEIGHBORHOOD CAFÉ

104 SE Third St.

• Critical violation 3-501.16: 1. Cooks line make table had an ambient air temperature of 60° F verified by thermocouple. The following potentially hazardous foods had internal temperatures as follows: Sausage 61°F, ground beef (raw) 58°F, Cheddar cheese 59°F, Turkey 60°F, Ham 61°F, Corn beef 60°F, Liquid egg 66°F, Tuna salad 65°F all PHF's DISCARDED. 2. Raw shelled eggs on the cooks line were under no form of cooling had an internal temperature of 122° F. Egg wash at the breading station had an internal temperature of 69°F both items were DISCARDED - Re-inspection required.

QUIK TRIP

120 SW 150 Hwy.

• Critical violation 7-201.11: Chemicals were observed to be stored over the three compartment sink. CORRECTED during this inspection.

SHAMROCK HILLS GOLF CLUB

3161 S. 291 Hwy.

• Critical violation 7-201.11: Chemical sanitizer was observed to be stored in the cabinet over the three compartment sink and clean drainboard. CORRECTED during this inspection.

SIKI

601 NW Blue Pkwy.

• Critical violation 2-401.11: Personal beverage container without a lid or a straw observed in the kitchen. An employee was observed eating in the kitchen. CORRECTED when beverage was discarded and employee moved to the dining area to consume his food.

TRAFFIK JAM

616 S Jefferson

• Critical violation 7-102.11: Chemical spray bottle was not labeled - CORRECTED when manager labeled the bottle.

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