1-3 Restaurant inspections

January 3, 2014 

The Cass County Health Department

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Cass County Health Department inspections for December. 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.

A Sweet Expression, 138 First St., Pleasant Hill. Dec. 4. Pre-opening Inspection. Establishment meets general requirements and is approved to open, pending approval from the city of Pleasant Hill. Establishment understands that non-commercial dishwasher, in back, cannot be used for food operation and will only be used to wash vases and other non-food contact items for other side of business.

Belton High School, 107 Pirate Pkwy., Belton. Dec. 12. Follow up Inspection. Employees have a valid food handler card. Critical Violation Corrected. No further reinspections required.

Bob Evans Farms, Inc, 1211 E North Ave., Belton. Dec. 6. Remodel Re-opening Inspection. Areas Remodeled: Front counter/ wait station, both restrooms, and new refrigeration units added to wait station. Bakery carry out Cooler: 36 degrees. Left salad table: 38 degrees. Right salad table: 35.4 degrees. Surfaces are smooth and easily cleanable, all joints as applicable have been sealed. Remodel appears to be in compliance with Cass County Food Ordinance.

Branding Iron Bar-B-Q, 2027 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. Dec. 4. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Dried debris noted on can opener blade. Corrective Action: Informed manager item moved to dish room. Non-Critical Violations: 4.

Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar, 1121 E. North Ave., Belton. Dec. 9. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 6.

Casey’s General Store No. 1302, 2204 E. South St., Harrisonville. Dec. 2. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Casey’s General Store No. 1961, 2204 E. Mechanic, Harrisonville. Dec. 13. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 6.

China King, 2001 N. 7 Hwy., Pleasant Hill. Dec. 4. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 2.

China Wok Yang, 642 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. Dec. 2. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Debris build up on can opener. Corrective Action: Owner placed in sink. Non-Critical Violations: 7.

Cleveland BP, 24620 S. D Hwy., Cleveland. Dec. 3. Follow up Inspection. Lights in kitchen are shielded. Repeat Non-Critical Violation Corrected.

Country Keepsakes Tea Room, 501 Main St., Belton. Dec. 10. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Cups LLC, 2209 N. St. Rt. 7, Pleasant Hill. Dec. 2. Preopening Inspection. Establishment does not meet general requirements. Establishment must complete the following: Paint/seal any bare wood surfaces; Seal/cover any holes or gaps in floor or walls; Light shields on lights; Cover/refinish rusty surface on shelf below prep table; Quat test kit for tablet sanitizer; and a covered trash can for unisex restroom. A reinspection will be made Dec. 4. Dec. 4 Follow-up Inspection. Establishment meets general requirements and is approved to open, pending approval from the city of Pleasant Hill

Dollar General Store, 98 Old Hwy. 7, Garden City. Dec. 11. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 3.

El Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant, 1508 N. 7 Hwy., Pleasant Hill. Dec. 4. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 4.

El Mezcal, 2012 N. 291 Hwy., Harrisonville. Dec. 3. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Refillable spray bottles are not labeled with the common name of contents. Corrective Action: Informed employees, common name of contents written on bottles. Non-Critical Violations: 6.

Freedom Stop, 503 E. Walnut, Raymore. Dec. 13. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Employee cleaning drink dispenser drain pans in handwashing sink. Corrective Action: Discussed issue with employee. Handwashing sinks are specifically for handwashing only. BBQ sandwiches being prepared at front counter per employee and manager. Corrective Action: All commercially sold food must be prepared in an approved kitchen. Food prepared in the sales area of the store is at an increased risk of contamination from non-cleaned surfaces, direct exposure to customers prior to packaging, and/or maintaining temperature controls. Discussed issue with manager. Manager stated that he could use the kitchen of one of the adjoining restaurants and will instruct employees to do so. Failure to comply will result in business installing all needed equipment to be a self-sustaining approved commercial kitchen. Non-Critical Violations: 4.

J & L Diner, 224 E. North Ave., Belton. Dec. 12. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 4.

Jose Pepper’s, 1100 E. North Ave., Belton. Dec. 6. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Chemical bottle stored on dry storage shelf. Corrective Action: Corrected by moving bottle away to a chemical rack. Non-Critical Violations: 12.

Kurzweils Country Meats, 30213 E. 286th Terr., Garden City. Dec. 11. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 8.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1606 N. Hwy 291, Harrisonville. Dec. 9. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Less than 100 percent employees are Cass County Food Handler Certified. Employee stated that he has been employed six months and has not taken food handler course. Corrective Action: 100 percent of employees must be CCHD food handler certified. Non-Critical Violations: 8.

La Lupita, 524 N. Scott Ave., Belton. Dec. 5. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 3. Chicken chile sacks in refrigerator are not labeled with name, address of where made and ingredient list. No ingredient information provided for bakery-type items received from El Panzote bakery in Olathe, Kan. Corrective Action: 1. Chicken chile was pulled and not to be sold until labeled. Talked to manager and she stated they were made in her permitted restaurant in Grandview. Must have correct labeling on packages and copy of food permit from location they are made at onsite. 2. Reselling bakery items must be able to provide ingredient information for items should customer request. Acquire ingredient list from bakery and keep onsite. Debris build-up on meat saw and slicer in back. Corrective Action: Breakdown, clean and sanitize before reinspection. Non-Critical Violations: 6. Dec. 12 Follow-up Inspection. No chicken chile sacks in refrigerators (unlabeled) and person on duty reported that they would no longer be sold.Critical Violation Corrected. Establishment understands that only correctly labeled food from an inspected kitchen may be sold. Meat saw and equipment have been cleaned. Critical Violation Corrected.

McDonald’s No. 24309, 1120 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. Dec. 3. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 4.

McDonald’s No. 7547, 2101 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. Dec. 4. Complaint Inspection. Received customer complaint Dec. 4 in regard to a cockroach on the front counter while customers were placing an order. Upon seeing the roach, customers canceled their order and left. Upon arrival spoke with general manager who was unaware of the incident or the complaint. General manager interviewed all assistant managers about incident, none were aware of incident. General manager interviewed all front counter employees. Single employee confirmed the customer’s complaint. General manager instructed all employees present to inform a manager immediately when customer complaint issues arise. Inspected front counter area. Greasy debris with small amounts of food debris noted under counter along baseboard/ floor joint. Unfilled drill holes in FRP panels around mounted electrical equipment. Uncovered junction box for electrical wiring. Dust/food scrap debris noted under all items on top of counter. Large hole in partition wall at end of counter. Gaps noted between wood laminate and counter top. No live or dead insects were noted in or around counter area. Corrective Action recommended contacting pest control service for immediate treatment and the removal of all debris/unwanted/unneeded articles to reduce shelter materials/cover and concealment. Seal all holes and gaps. Reduce possible hiding/nesting sites. Educational material provided.

Midway R-1 School, 5801 E. St. Rt. 2, Cleveland. Dec. 10. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 1.

New China House, 172 Cedar Tree Square, Belton. Dec. 12. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Two cockroaches observed under microwave on cooks line and one cockroach observed under steam table on cooks line. Corrective Action: Establishment is serviced by Ecopest Services from Grandview, but was not able to provide last receipt from service. Establishment will fax last pest control report to Cass County Health. Establishment called Ecopest to have pest control operator come out and service establishment. Establishment must correct cleaning violations: 6-501.12 and 4-601.11, complete all recommendations made by pest control operator and minimize pests for this violation to be corrected on reinspection date of Dec. 20. Raw beef and seafood stored above produce in walk-in refrigerator. Corrective Action: Corrected by moving all raw meat below produce and ready to eat food in walk-in refrigerator. Non-Critical Violations: 7. Dec. 12. Complaint Inspection. Received complaint about cockroaches in restroom. A full inspection was made and no cockroaches were observed in restroom. However, two cockroaches were observed under microwave in kitchen and one was observed under steam table. Items were noted on full inspection. A reinspection will be made for correction of pests and cleaning issues.

New China Wok, 248 St. Hwy. C, Peculiar. Dec. 11. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 5.

Old Cedar Inn, 701 Old 7 Hwy., Garden City. Dec. 11. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 6.

Panda Wok, 1101 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. Dec. 13. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Debris noted on can opener blade. Corrective Action: Informed owner, can opener placed in 3-basin sink for cleaning. Non-Critical Violations: 1.

Phillips 66, 913 N. Scott Ave., Belton. Dec. 6. Follow up Inspection. Ceiling has been put in back room to cover exposed insulation. Repeat Non-Critical Violation Corrected. All other non-critical violations must be corrected by next inspection.

Pleasant Hill High School, 1 Rooster Way, Pleasant Hill. Dec. 10. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 3.

Price Chopper No. 37 - Meat Department, 520 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. Dec. 6. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 0.

Price Chopper No. 285 - Deli Department, 900 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. Dec. 11. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 6.

QuikTrip No. 247, 1402 N. 291 Hwy., Harrisonville. Dec. 11. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Shake Freezer: 1 shake mix cup was damaged with a broken seal. Corrective Action: Informed manager, item removed and discarded. Non-Critical Violations: 5.

Rush Hour No. 8, 715 Foxwood Dr., Raymore. Dec. 6. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 4. Black Debris build-up noted in soda fountain nozzles and filters. Employees washing utensils and drink station equipment in handwashing sink behind front counter. Corrective Action: Debris in soda fountain nozzles/filters has been cited in previous inspections. Handwashing sinks are for handwashing only. Food contact equipment is to be cleaned and sanitized in three-basin sink. White refrigerator: not all opened packages are being dated for 7-day cold holding. Corrective Action: All opened food containers must be dated for 7-day cold holding. Non-dated items are subject to immediate discard due to inability to prove when opened. Wiping cloths stored in handwashing sink at front counter. Corrective Action: Handwashing sinks must not be obstructed in any manner. Items moved out of sink. Non-Critical Violations: 3. Dec. 9 Follow up Inspection. Critical-Items Corrected: Food contact surfaces clean/sanitized; Soda fountain heads, nozzles, filters are clean. Discussed cleaning/sanitizing procedures with employees. Discussed cleaning/sanitizing utensils and ware washing equipment in three-basin sink with employees. Use-by Dating: Employees are dating all food packages once moved from freezer to refrigerator.

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