3-7 Restaurant inspectionsRestaurant Inspections

March 7, 2014 

Baskin Robbins, 2013 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. Jan. 13. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 1.

Belton Food Mart, 111 N. Scott Ave., Belton. Jan. 10. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 4. Ice Machine: debris noted inside ice chute. Corrective Action: Informed employee re: noted area. No prepared sanitizer solution available. Employees using scented bleach wipe. Corrective Action: Sanitizer wipes must not be used due to inability to reasonably guarantee bleach strength. Scented bleaches may not be used. Refillable spray bottle is not labeled with common name of contents. Corrective Action: Employee labeled spray bottle. Employee on duty is not food handler certified. Corrective Action: 100% employees are required to obtain and maintain food handler certification within first 30 days of employment. Non-Critical Violations: 3. Jan. 28 Follow-up Inspection. Critical Items Corrected.

Belton Regional Medical Center, 17065 S. 71 Hwy., Belton. Jan. 6. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Less than 100% employees have Cass County recognized food handler certification. Corrective Action: Audit all employees to ensure current food handler certification. Debris build-up noted in soda fountain heads. Nozzle and filters are clean. Corrective Action: Instructed manager and employee how to inspect, clean and sanitize noted area. Employee cleaned and sanitized fountain heads. Non-Critical Violations: 4.

Bob Evans, 1211 E. North Ave., Belton. Jan. 23. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Broccoli cheese soup not cooled properly item prepared ~24 hours previously. Corrective Action: Item discarded, discussed rapid cooling techniques with manager. Broccoli cheese soup 46°F for unknown duration of time. Corrective Action: Item discarded by manager. Non- Critical Violations: 4.

Burger King, 508 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. Jan. 13. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. No food handler cards provided for employees at time of inspection. Corrective Action: Must be able to provide a valid food handler card for all employees that have worked at establishment for more than 30 days. Non-Critical Violations: 4.

Burger King, 7809 E. 171st, Belton. Jan. 17. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Multiple employees have expired food handler certifications. Corrective Action: All food service employees are required to obtain and maintain current food handler certification within initial 30 days of employment. Debris build-up in ice machine around ice chute. Corrective Action: Per manager ice machine cleaned once per month. Recommend checking inside unit every 10-14 days for debris build-up, then clean/ sanitize as needed in addition to scheduled servicing. Non-Critical Violations: 3. Jan. 23. Complaint Inspection. Received email complaint Jan. 22 regarding photo of ice in direct contact with debris in ice bin. Per complainant photo was taken by an employee who was fired and has been posted on local area rants and raves website. Copy of photo shown to managers. Recent routine inspection conducted Jan. 17 revealed debris build-up around ice chute. Per manager on duty ice machine was cleaned once per month. MOD cleaned and sanitized noted area during inspection. Upon arrival, spoke with MOD regarding complaint and recent inspection finding. Per MOD ice machine was out of service due to mechanical failure when photo was taken. Ice machine was emptied; no ice was served to customers. After ice was removed so bottom of bin was visible debris build-up was noted around the drain. The employee in question was disgruntled took the photograph and was eventually fired. Per MOD staff was not aware of debris build-up around drain. Inside of ice bin was cleaned and sanitized. Discussed more comprehensive monthly detail cleaning ice machine in addition to bi-weekly maintenance cleaning visible portions of unit to reduce chances of unintended debris build-up.

Captain D’s, 2003 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. Jan. 6. Complaint Inspection. Received complaint that establishment did not have water on Jan. 3. Field visit made to establishment and found that hot and cold water was provided. Talked to manager about water provided at establishment and she was not aware of issues on Jan. 3 as she did not work that day. Told manager to let management know that if no water is ever provided to establishment then they must suspend operations and close until water is restored.

Carnegie Village, LLC, 107 Bernard Dr., Belton. Jan. 6. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Less than 100 percent have current food handler certificates. Corrective Action: Audit all employees to determine which employees do not have current food handler certification. Hot water temperature at kitchen sinks is less than 110 degrees. Average water temperature at sinks is 78 degrees. Corrective Action: Per employee hot water delivered to sinks is lost when dish machine is running. Hot water minimum temperature 110 degrees must be available at all handwashing sinks at all times. Correct before revisit inspection on Feb. 6. Non-Critical Violations: 1.

Casa Mexico, 704 E. North Ave., Belton. Jan. 23. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 7. Shredded Cheese in ice/ bath is 53°F. Corrective Action: Cheese was disposed and replaced. Ice/ water too low for adequate cooling of shredded cheese. Corrective Action: Ice added to container in order to surround sides of food containers, lid placed on cheese and lettuce. Prepared foods in refrigerators are not date marked for 7 day cold holding. Corrective Action: All temperature dependant foods kept longer than 24 hours must be dated for 7 day cold holding. Kitchen refrigerator: pan of raw beef stored above cooked chicken. Corrective Action: Container moved to lower shelf. Uncovered employee personal drinks on metal prep table and shelf above onions being cut. Corrective Action: Informed employee. Employee put lid on cup stored on lower shelf. Soda Fountains: debris build-up in heads, nozzles, and filters. Multiple broken containers used for holding food. Corrective Action: Clean and sanitize soda fountain heads, nozzles, and filters. Broken food containers and utensils must be replaced due to inability to reasonable guarantee cleaning and sanitizing. Non-Critical Violations: 8. Jan. 28 Follow up Inspection. Critical Items Corrected.

Casey’s General Store No. 1629, 1801 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. Jan. 23. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Some debris on ice inside ice machine. Corrective Action: Corrected by discarded ice and cleaning ice machine during inspection. Non-Critical Violations: 5.

Casey’s General Store No. 2616, 625 S. Rt. J, Peculiar. Jan. 17. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Chemical bottle stored on ice machine. Corrective Action: Corrected by moving away from ice machine and putting on chemical rack. Non-Critical Violations: 5.

China Town Buffet, 124 Cunningham Pkwy., Belton. Jan. 7. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 6. No current certified food handlers. Corrective Action: Owners and employees must obtain and maintain food handler certification before card audit inspection Feb. 7, 2014. Dish Machine no residual chlorine detected. Corrective Action: Owner re-primed pump, bleach 50-100 ppm residual noted. Ensure dish machine is able to bleach sanitize dishes every time. Debris build-up on can opener blade. Debris build-up in soda fountain heads. Corrective Action: Owner cleaned can opener in dish machine. No prepared sanitizer solution in kitchen or dining room. Corrective Action: Owner prepared bleach solution for kitchen. Ice/ water level at cold buffet is too low not in contact with bottoms of pans. Corrective Action: Owners added ice/ water. Cold buffet: sushi 58°F, tapioca pudding 48°F, sliced cucumbers 50°F. Corrective Action: Discard and replace, and maintain food temperature 41°F or colder. Non Critical Violations: 7. Jan. 10 Follow up Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 3. Soap added to bleach sanitizer solution. Corrective Action: Owner discarded and replaced sanitizer solution. Dish machine 0 ppm residual chlorine. Corrective Action: Chlorine residual 50-100 ppm is not being maintained during washing/ rinse cycles. Service technician contacted for repair. Wash/ Rinse/Sanitize set up in three-basin sink. Do not use dish machine until it has been repaired and able to consistently maintain chlorine level 50- 100 ppm. No current certified food handlers. Non Critical Violations: 0. Jan. 17 Follow up Inspection. All critical items corrected except foodhandler requirement. Food handlers will be checked on Feb. 7.

Cleveland BP, 24620 S. D Hwy., Cleveland. Jan. 24. Follow up Inspection. Employees have a valid food handler card. Critical Violation Corrected.

CVS, 409 E. North Ave., Belton. Jan. 14. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 6.

Daylight Donuts, 902 S. Commercial St., Harrisonville. Jan. 8. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Medication bottles stored on shelf over food prep table. Corrective Action: Corrected by moving medicines to office. Non-Critical Violations: 4.

Diamond Ray’s Grill and Bar, 2817 Cantrell Rd., Harrisonville. Jan. 8. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 6.

Dollar Tree Stores, Inc., 1322 E. North Ave., Belton. Jan. 28. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 2.

Domino’s Pizza, 1631 N. Scott, Belton. Jan. 28. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Grandpa’s Greenhouse, 160 S. Main, Peculiar. Jan. 16. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 4.

Harrisonville Pyro, Inc., 21501 E. 275th St., Harrisonville. Jan. 23. Complaint Inspection. Received complaint that managers are using muriatic acid and bleach to clean urinals and not ventilating restrooms. A field visit was made to establishment. Talked to manager and they do use muriatic acid in urinals and they also use bleach to clean urinals. Manager did state they do not use the chemicals together as they are aware the combining these chemicals can create chlorine gas. Checked men's restroom and no chemical odors were present at time of inspection. There is a ventilation fan in restroom and manager stated it is always on and cannot be turned off. Manager will continue to monitor restroom during cleaning to make sure that any strong cleaning fumes are removed by ventilation.

Hy-Vee Gas, 1303 E. North Ave., Belton. Jan. 9. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Plastic container in backroom handwashing sink basin. Corrective Action: Item removed from sink. Non-Critical Violations: 2.

IHOP, 220 Peculiar Dr., Belton. Jan. 9. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 3.

Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches, 810 E. North Ave., Belton. Jan. 24. Follow up Inspection. Recheck on food handler cards. Establishment is still missing valid food handler cards for three employees. Critical Violation Not Corrected. Employees must have a valid food handler card or copy provided onsite at time of reinspection on Feb. 24.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1606 N. Hwy. 291, Harrisonville. Jan. 7. Complaint Inspection. Received complaint that on Jan. 6 at around 8 p.m., a person had found rotten pear slices and peas on cold buffet. At time of inspection the peas on cold buffet did not have any discoloration or adulteration that could be observed (pears are no longer offered on buffet). A temperature was taken of coleslaw on buffet and it was at 38°F, and as such, cold buffet is holding at proper temperature. No other complaints have been received on cold buffet or peas/pears.

Longhorn Steakhouse of Belton, 1212 North Ave., Belton. Jan. 9. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Debris build-up noted: In soda fountain heads, filters and nozzles are clean. Soda gun nozzles. Corrective Action: Informed manager, discussed inspecting, cleaning and sanitizing noted items. Noted items cleaned/sanitized. Non-Critical Violations: 5.

McDonald’s No. 14901, 400 N. 7 Hwy., Pleasant Hill. Jan. 8. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Less than 100 percent employees have valid food handler certifications. Corrective Action: Ensure employees without current food handler certification get certified before card audit inspection. Non-Critical Violations: 2.

McDonald’s, 1819 E. North Ave., Belton. Jan.23. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 3. Bucket sanitizer bleach solution less than 200 ppm. Corrective Action: Informed maintenance sanitizer diluted 100-200 ppm. Debris build-up noted in dining room soda fountain heads. Nozzles and filters are clean. Multiple damaged plastic cambros. Unable to reasonably guarantee proper cleaning/sanitizing. Corrective Action: Informed manager, employee instructed how to inspect, clean and sanitize soda fountain heads. Damaged food service equipment discarded. Non-Critical Violations: 9.

Mi Pueblito, 444 N. Scott Ave., Belton. Jan. 7. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 4. Less than 100% employees have current food handler certification. Corrective Action: All employees are required to have and maintain current food handler certification. Debris noted in ice machine in ice chute. Corrective Action: Discussed issue with manager. Clean, sanitize, and maintain before revisit inspection. No residual chlorine detected in refillable sanitizer spray bottles. Corrective Action: Instructed manager how to prepare bleach sanitizer 100-200 ppm. Multiple prepared foods in walk-in cooler are past 7 day expiration date. Corrective Action: All prepared foods may only be held for 7 days in refrigeration. Discontinue use and discard all expired foods. Non Critical Violations: 9. Jan. 10 Follow-up Inspection. Critical items except food handlers corrected. Food Handlers will be audited Feb. 7.

Missouri Mud Company, 1294 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. Jan. 6. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non- Critical Violations: 3.

Oliver’s Pizza, 505 E. Walnut, Raymore. Jan. 2. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Uncovered container of tea sitting on table next to soda fountain. Corrective Action: Owner moved pitcher to wait station mini-cooler. Non-Critical Violations: 1.

Oriental Garden, 1260 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. Jan. 9. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. An employee drink is stored in kitchen without a lid. Corrective Action: Corrected by removing beverage. Non-Critical Violations: 8.

Pleasant Hill Fastop, 301 S. 7 Hwy, Pleasant Hill. Jan. 29. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 3. Debris build-up noted: 1. Coke soda fountain heads. Nozzles/ filters are clean. 2. Ice Machine ice chute/ deflector plate. Corrective Action: Informed manager both items cleaned/ sanitized during inspection. Unlabeled spray bottle on top of prep table. Corrective Action: Informed manager, spray bottle relabeled. Non-Critical Violations: 6.

Price Chopper No. 285 - Retail, 900 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. Dec. 30, 2013. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 6.

Price Chopper No. 37 - Bakery, 520 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. Jan. 9. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Isopropyl alcohol stored on shelf with food bags and containers, and chemical spray bottle stored on shelf over prep table. Corrective Action: Corrected by moving chemicals away from food and containers that will hold food. Non-Critical Violations: 4.

Price Chopper No. 37 - Retail, 520 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. Jan. 9. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 2.

Quik Break No. 4, 2101 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. Jan. 22. Follow up Inspection. Critical Item Corrected. Food Handler Certificates: employees have current food handler certificates.

Quik N Tasty, 822 Quiktrip Way, Belton. Jan. 14. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Bird noted in warehouse section of building. Food preparation areas secured to prevent entry of pests. Corrective Action: Managers explained pest management procedures, maintenance services works to remove pests from building upon notification at all times. Non-Critical Violations: 0.

Roosters/Donna’s Diner, 900 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. Jan. 8. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Chicken in steam table is 120-125 degrees at time of inspection. Corrective Action: Chicken reheated to 165 degrees. Chicken left in hot holding must be held at 135 degrees or above. Recommend putting less chicken in container and putting a lid on to keep hot. Non-Critical Violations: 8. Jan. 22 Follow up Inspection. Critical Item Corrected.

Rush Hour No. 2, 1101 E. 171st St., Belton. Jan. 28. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Hot display: pre-packaged breakfast sandwich 113.8 degrees. Corrective Action: Discussed calibrating hot case to ensure minimum proper temperature is maintained. Item discarded. Non-Critical Violations: 4.

Rush Hour No. 6, 17419 S. St. Rt. 291, Pleasant Hill. Jan. 29. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Three-basin sink hot water trickling when turned on. Corrective Action: Manager spoke with maintenance supervisor prior to inspection. Maintenance technician arrived during inspection for repair. Non-Critical Violations: 7.

Ryan’s Family Steakhouse, 1918 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. Jan. 10. Not in Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 3. Soft serve ice cream mix is 48 degrees at machine. Corrective Action: Discarded mix and put machine out of service. Repair so it holds mix at 41 degrees or below. Condensation leak out of fan unit in walk-in freezer, and many areas of leaks in ceiling of walk-in refrigerator. Corrective Action: Find issue and repair so no condensation water is leaking in walk-ins. Four employees missing a valid food handler permit at time of inspection. Corrective Action: Must get a valid food handler cards in 30 days. Non-Critical Violations: 9. Jan. 16. Follow up Inspection. Soft serve machine is 39 degrees at time of inspection. Critical Violation Corrected. No leaks in ceiling or fan unit in walk-in refrigerator or freezer - Critical Violation Corrected. General manager has made arrangements with a contractor to come in and look at roof and make any needed repairs (receipt provided to inspector). Will check again at time of food handler card reinspection.

Russell Stover Candies, 2202 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. Jan. 17. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non-Critical Violations: 6.

Samra Mart No. 2, 209 N. 7 Hwy, Pleasant Hill. Jan. 21. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 5. Debris build-up noted in soda fountain heads. Corrective Action: All food contact surfaces must be cleaned/sanitized routinely to prevent debris build up. < 100% of employees have current food handler certifications. Corrective Action: All employees and management must maintain current food handler certification. No prepared sanitizer available. Corrective Action: Sanitizer solution must be prepared and available for use at all times during operating hours. Rodent feces noted along back wall in back storage room under pallets and around water conditioning equipment. Corrective Action: Facility must be kept free of rodent and insect pests. Clean and remove rodent feces and other evidence of pests from building before revisit inspection and between routine inspections. Hose connected to 3-basin sink faucet extends into basin below flood level. Corrective Action: A backflow prevention device must be installed between hose and faucet or remove hose between uses to prevent accidental siphon age of water. Non-Critical Violations: 7. Jan. 29. Follow up Inspection. Critical Items corrected.

Slick Willy’s South, 1100 N. Scott, Belton. Jan. 28. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Unlabeled refillable spray bottle in kitchen. Corrective Action: Manager relabeled spray bottle. Non-Critical Violations: 7.

Snead’s Bar-B-Q, 1001 E. 171st, Belton. Jan. 14. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 6. Less than 100 percent of employees have current food handler certifications. Corrective Action: All employees must obtain and maintain food handler certifications within 30 days of employment. Card audit inspection to be conducted Feb. 14. Inside both ice machines. Both soda fountain heads. Nozzles/filters are clean. Corrective Action: Informed manager, discussed inspecting, cleaning and sanitizing schedule. Walk-In Cooler: Brisket average temperature 50- 55 degrees, Pit beans 55 degrees. All items prepared less than 24 hours prior to inspection. Ice bath: portioned cups of cole slaw not in contact with ice 57-61 degrees. Corrective Action: Discussed both issues with manager: 1. Cold holding food must be maintained 41 degrees or colder. Potentially hazardous foods greater than 41 degrees longer than four hours or for unknown duration of time were discarded. Cooked foods placed in refrigerator in a manner not allowing for rapid cooling within six hour time limit. Corrective Action: Cooked foods placed in refrigeration must be rapidly cooled to prevent unintentional germ growth possibly resulting in food poisoning. Personal medications stored on shelf above food prep area. Corrective Action: Manager moved items to personal belongings area. Non-Critical Violations: 7. Jan. 22. Follow-up Inspection. Critical Item Corrected.

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