12-6 Restaurant Inspections

December 6, 2013 

Restaurant inspections for November. If you would like more information about these or other establishments in Cass County contact the Cass County Health Department at 816-380-8425 or their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CassHealthDepartment.

Affordable Elegance, 407 W. Pine St., Raymore. Nov. 19. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-critical Violations: 6.

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar, 2401 Rockhaven, Harrisonville. Nov. 21. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-critical Violations: 5.

Arby’s No. 7222, 1420 E. North Ave., Belton. Nov. 19. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Three employees missing a valid food handler card or copy onsite. Corrective Action: A reinspection will be made in or around 30 days and all employees must have a valid food handler card or copy provided onsite. Non-critical Violations:7.

Belton Hy-Vee - Bakery Department, 1307 E. North Ave., Belton. Nov. 26. Follow up Inspection. Bakery employees have a food handler cards. Critical Violation corrected.

BJ’s Restaurant, 404 SW Outer Rd, Archie. Nov. 18. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-critical Violations: 7.

Bob Evan’s Farms, 1211 E. North Ave., Belton. Nov. 18. Follow up Inspection. Employees on schedule have a valid food handler card. Critical Violation corrected. Four employees do not have a valid food handler card or copy onsite and are not on schedule. These employees may not work until they have a valid food handler card and management understands this.

Captain D’s No. 3385, 2003 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. Nov. 19. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Condiment Container Ice Baths ice not in direct contact with bottoms of pans. Corrective Action: Discussed issue with manager. Ice/water mix added to containers to increase surface contact with pans. Better ice/water contact with pans will help maintain appropriate cold holding temperatures. Ice Bathed Condiment Pans: sour cream packets 53 degrees. Corrective Action: Noted item was discarded. Non-critical Violations: 4.

Church’s Chicken, 7925E. 171st, Belton. Nov. 19. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-critical Violations: 5.

Cleveland BP, 24620 S. D Hwy., Cleveland. Nov. 22. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Employees on duty do not have a valid food handler’s card. No food handler’s card or photocopies provided on-site for other employees. Corrective Action: Cass County require 100 percent for food handler cards. Have a valid food handler card or copy on-site for each employee. A reinspection will be made in 30 days. Non-critical Violations: 4. Complaint Inspection. Complaint made about expired food product in refrigerators. Talked to manager and she was unaware of any expired product. Checked food in refrigerators and no adulterated or expired food were observed at time of inspection. Talked to manager to keep monitoring refrigerated food.

Denny’s No. 8582, 21921 S.E. Outer Rd., Peculiar. Nov. 20. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 7. Black debris build-up inside soda fountain heads, nozzles and filters are clean. Large prep table: debris build-up in cutting board grooves. Knife with dried food debris on microwave shelf. Corrective Action: Spoke to person in charge regarding soda fountain inspecting, cleaning and sanitizing. Impacted food debris in grooves prohibits food contact surfaces from being properly cleaned and sanitized routinely. Food contact surfaces must be cleaned and sanitized within four hours of use. Less than 100 percent of employees and managers have current Cass County Food Handler certification. Employee personal drinks without lids/straws on top of freezer next to front kitchen handwashing sink. Corrective Action: Person in charge discarded drinks. Wait station handwashing sink hot water has low water pressure. Corrective Action: Repair ensure adequate water pressure at all sinks before revisit inspection Nov. 25. Wait Station Cold Well: (top) salsa 45.8 degrees, sour cream 52.5 degrees, shredded cheese 45.8 degrees, (bottom) chocolate milk 50.1 degrees, unopened sour cream 46.2 degrees. Corrective Action: Spoke to person in charge, employees instructed to stop items from refrigerator. Items more than 41 degrees were discarded, items less than 41 degrees were moved to alternate refrigeration. Non-critical Violations: 8. Nov. 25. Follow up Inspection. Cass County Food Handler Card audit to be conducted Dec. 20. Critical Items Corrected: 1. Food Contact Surfaces Clean/ Sanitized: Prep table cutting boards have been discarded, replacements ordered. Employees using side cutting boards as needed. Other noted areas are maintained clean. 2. PHF Cold Holding temperatures: all items in wait station cold well are less than 41°F. 3. Water Capacity and Pressure: Wait Station HWS has adequate water pressure. Valve was adjusted for adequate pressure at sink and flush wells.

Double TT Steakhouse, 108 E. Main St., Drexel. Nov. 21. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Walk-In Cooler: Cases of sour cream below raw brisket. Corrective Action: All ready to eat foods must be stored above or separate from raw meats to prevent accidental contamination that may result in accidental food poisoning. Non-critical Violations: 3.

Eagles Landing Golf Course, 4200 Bong Ave., Belton. Nov. 18. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-critical Violations: 1.

Jassi Super Mart No. 2, 406 SW Outer Rd, Archie. Nov. 18. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 4. "Bases Loaded" brand sandwiches in “brown bag special” lunches are from an unapproved home kitchen. Corrective Action: All third-party retail foods must be from approved inspected commercial kitchens. Prep Table: Carton of raw eggs above ready to eat foods in lower compartment. Corrective Action: Informed employee, eggs moved to bottom of unit. Kitchen Handwashing sinks full of dirty wiping cloths and utensils. Corrective Action: Notified employee, items were removed from basins. Only foods from approved and inspected commercial sources may be sold through 3rd party sales. Corrective Action: Ensure all food items are from approved food sources. Non-critical Violations: 4. Nov. 21. Follow up Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Items Corrected.

Jimmy John’s, 810 E. North Ave., Belton. Nov. 21. Follow up Inspection. Not in Essential Compliance. Third reinspection for food handler cards. Establishment still is missing food handler cards or copies for employees on-site - Critical Violation Not Corrected. A reinspection will be made on Dec. 21.

Long John Silver’s/A&W No. 31635, 1112E. North Ave., Belton. Nov. 22. Follow up Inspection. Employees have a valid food handler card - Critical Violation Corrected.

McDonald’s No. 7547, 2101 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. Nov. 20. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-critical Violations: 7.

Mill Creek Upper Elementary School, 308 S. Cleveland, Belton. Nov. 25. Follow up Inspection. Dasani refrigerator storing sandwiches is 37 degrees at time of inspection. Critical Violation corrected. No further reinspections required.

Oden’s BBQ, 1302 N. Scott Ave., Belton. Nov. 26. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-critical Violations: 7.

Papa John’s Pizza, 8320 E. 171st, Belton. Nov. 26. Follow up Inspection. Establishment has valid food handler cards for employees. Critical Violation corrected. No further reinspections required.

Papa Murphy’s Take N Bake Pizza, 1320 E. North Ave., Belton. Nov. 21. Complaint Inspection. Received complaint, with photos, by email, that stated employees were laying and sitting on utensil storage racks in back. Talked to manager about complaint and she would get with all employees and explain that it is not allowed to sit or lay on utensil or food racks in establishment. Utensils on utensil rack were washed, rinsed and sanitized at time of visit and utensil rack was also washed and sanitized at time of visit.

Peculiar Country Mart, 501 Schug Ave., Peculiar. Nov. 26. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Deli: Bucket Bleach Sanitizer higher than 200 ppm. Corrective Action: Discussed issue with deli manager. Bleach sanitizer diluted 100-200 ppm. Raw eggs/meat above ready to eat foods. Meat Department: Raw chicken above canned oysters. Dairy Dept: Eggs above sour cream in walk-in cooler. Corrective Action: Informed employees in noted departments. Contaminated oyster cans removed from display for discard due to inability to decontaminate can seal. Cans moved to shelf above raw meats. Eggs moved away from sour cream. Non-critical Violations: 6.

Price Chopper No. 37 - Deli Department, 520 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. Nov. 25. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Salad bar prep room: Bottle of glass cleaner on prep table next to spices. 2. Deli kitchen: container of sanitizer solution on prep table above bulk goods containers. Corrective Action: Employees informed, items moved below and away from food prep areas. Non-critical Violations: 3.

Price Chopper No. 250 - Deli Department, 2101 N. Hwy. 7, Pleasant Hill. Nov. 20. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Ready-to-eat PHF items in deli case refrigerator are not date marked with discard date. Corrective Action: Corrected by date marking at time of inspection. Non-critical Violations: 5.

Price Chopper No. 250 - Meat Department, 2101 N. Hwy. 7, Pleasant Hill. Nov. 20. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-critical Violations: 4.

Sheridan’s Frozen Custard, 1733 E. North Ave., Belton. Nov. 18. Follow up Inspection. Valid food handler cards provided for employees. Critical Violation corrected.

Sherwood Cass R-VIII School, 33300 S. Sherwood Dr., Creighton. Nov. 20. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Chicken patties held at top of holding container on steam table were 128-130 degrees at grade school kitchen. Corrective Action: Chicken patties in bottom of container were holding at proper temperature. Chicken patties were reheated to 165°F and only bottom of container used for hot holding. Non-critical Violations: 5.

Smokin Charlie LLC, 3904 E. 193rd St., Belton. Nov. 19. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-critical Violations: 2.

Taco Bell, 2010 Commercial, Harrisonville. Nov. 26. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Drive thru soda fountain drain lines are directly connected to the floor drain. Corrective Action: Informed manager drain lines raised 1" above floor drain. Non-critical Violations: 3.

The Fishing Dock, 101 S.W. Outer Rd., Archie. Nov. 18. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 4. Employee personal drinks on prep table with raw hamburger. One drink did not have a lid/ straw. Corrective Action: Uncovered drink was discarded. Employee moved drink to location below and away from food prep area. Employee prepared a salad bare-handed. Corrective Action: Per employee no gloves were available due to not arriving with delivery order. Employee asked if tongs would be acceptable. Unlabeled spray bottle at kitchen handwashing sink. Corrective Action: Employees identified intended contents for bottle. Common name of product written on bottle. Hot white gravy being rapidly cooled with ice in mop sink. Corrective Action: Foods were moved to tub with ice/water mix, lids removed. Per employee gravy was placed in sink approximately one hour prior to inspection. Initial temperature 107 degrees, after 15 minutes 85 degrees. Mop sinks are designated for waste water disposal only. Non-critical Violations: 3. Nov. 21. Follow up Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Items corrected.

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