6-6 Food Inspections

June 6, 2014 

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Aaron’s Family Fun Center, 17070 Aaron’s Ln., Belton. April 9. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Brown slime debris build-up inside ice machine around ice chute and deflector. Grease build-up in plastic knife container next to pizza oven (corrected). Corrective Action: Discussed issue with manager. Recommend detail cleaning/sanitizing inside unit every 14 days. Manager removed knife and container to dish room. Non Critical Violations: 8. April 16 Follow up Inspection. Critical Item Corrected.

Affordable Elegance, 407 W. Pine St., Raymore. April 15. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Some cooked and held food in walk-in refrigerator is past its seven-day discard date. Corrective Action: Corrected by discarding at time of inspection. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Belton Hy-Vee - Retail, 1307 E. North Ave., Belton. April 9. Follow up Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not in Essential Compliance.

Belton Hy-Vee - Meat Department, 1307 E. North Ave., Belton. April 9. Follow up Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance.

Captain D’s, 2023 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. April 14. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Five employees missing a valid food handler card. Corrective Action: All employees must have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite. A reinspection will be made in 30 days. Managers' card must be available to check during inspection. Rust/buildup on both sides, inside ice machine, and build-up on cutting board on back prep refrigerator. Corrective Action: Clean and sanitize as soon as possible. Non Critical Violations: 8. April 17. Follow up Inspection. Ice machine has been cleaned and cutting board has been discarded - Critical Violation Corrected. All non-critical violations corrected except for restrooms and light shields.

Cass County Senior Citizens Multipurpose Center, 2400 Jefferson Pkwy., Harrisonville. April 14. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

China King, 2001 N. 7 Hwy., Pleasant Hill. April 8. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Debris build-up noted in soda fountain nozzles. Corrective Action: Informed owner, nozzles cleaned. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Country Creek Golf Club-Hoot’s Hollow, 21601 E. St. Rt. P, Pleasant Hill. April 21. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Country Creek Golf Club, 20800 E. 215th St., Pleasant Hill. April 21. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Country Keepsakes Tea Room, 501 Main St., Belton. April 17. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Creekmoor Property Owner’s Association, 1112 E. 163rd St., Raymore. April 10. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Two employees missing a valid food handler card. Corrective Action: A reinspection will be made in 30 days and both employees must have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite. Four cockroaches observed in and around floor drain by dishmachine in back. Establishment uses Orkin Pest Control Services and their last treatment was on March 26. Corrective Action: Manager called Orkin to have an evaluation and treatment of dishwasher area as soon as possible. A reinspection will be made in or around 10 days to monitor progress in minimizing pests. Must provide a photocopy of pest control receipt to inspector at reinspection. Non Critical Violations: 5. April 16 Follow up Inspection. Pests have been minimized. No cockroaches observed in kitchen at time of inspection - Critical Violation Corrected. Establishment provided receipt from Orkin that did a treatment on April 10. All non-critical violations have been corrected.

Dollar General Store No. 842, 311 N. St. Rt. 7, Pleasant Hill. April 15. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Dollar General Store, 302 E. North Ave., Belton. April 18. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 9.

Eagles Landing Golf Course, 4200 Bong Ave., Belton. April 18. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Gas Mart USA, 500 E. North Ave., Belton. April 18. Follow up Inspection, Food Handler Audit. 100 percent of employees have current food handler certificates.

Glory B’s Down Town Café, 117 S. First St., Pleasant Hill. April 25. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 7.

Golden Corral Buffet and Grill, 1921 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. April 25. Complaint Inspection. Received anonymous complaint on April 25. Per complainant, meat/poultry freezer broke, warmed up to 63°F. As a result spoiled meat is being served to customers. Also per complainant the roof has leaks when raining outside. Catch buckets were placed all around the business. Owner acknowledged that they did have a roof leak in the front vestibule area which was due to an entry door not being properly sealed. Repair service was contacted and leak was repaired. Owner stated that he had fired an employee earlier this week. Before person left building, she made threats to call the corporate office, get a lawyer, and have the business shut down. Inspection observations: Front walk-in cooler: hard boiled eggs 39°F, sl. onions 37°F. Unit is generally clean, all items properly date marked. Poultry walk-in cooler: chicken thighs 34.8°F. Unit is generally clean. Meat walk-in cooler: fish filets 41.6°F, brisket 36°F. Unit generally clean, employee mopped floor during inspection. Walk-in freezer: all items frozen solid. Small amount of ice build-up on floor.

Guido’s Pizza Place, 600 N. St. Rt. 7, Pleasant Hill. April 11. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Hardee’s, 2002 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. April 9. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Twelve employees on schedule do not have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite. Corrective Action: A reinspection will be made in 30 day and all employees must have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite. Non Critical Violations: 8.

Hillcrest Elementary, 106 S. Hillcrest, Belton. April 24. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Jimmy John’s, 301 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. April 9. Routine Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Seven employees on schedule are missing a valid food handler card or photocopy onsite. Corrective Action: A reinspection will be made in 30 days, and all employees must have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite. Non Critical Violations: 5.

J & L Diner, 224 E. North Ave., Belton. April 16. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Bucket bleach/water sanitizer 0 ppm. Corrective Action: Employee prepared new sanitizer solution 100 ppm. Non Critical Violations: 8.

Jose Pepper’s, 1100 E. North Ave., Belton. April 16. Complaint Inspection. Received customer complaint by phone April 15. Per complainant, she and her husband ate dinner Sunday night. Complainant ate a chicken enchilada her husband ate a sampler platter with chicken. While eating they noticed small crunchy chunks but continued to eat. Complainants took leftovers home. While eating leftovers, complainant found a piece of broken ceramic approximately the size of a tooth. Complainants called restaurant on April 15 regarding the foreign object. Per complainants they were told by manager on duty that he would speak to the general manager who would then contact them. Upon arrival at establishment, managers were aware of customer complaint. Per Monday manager on duty, complainant called that evening at 6:15 p.m. He tried to ask question regarding the incident. Also stated that he would refer the incident to the GM for investigation. GM was scheduled to return to work April 16. Asked complainant if she could bring in the foreign object so they could see it. No other customer complaints were received Sunday or Monday. Per GM, corporate HR was contacted to report incident. Per policy store management is allowed 24 hours to investigate the incident before contacting complainant. Observations: Grill side refrigerators: portioned pre-cooked chicken appeared to be in good condition. Walk-in cooler: Raw boneless chicken breasts are delivered in cases, breasts are marinated before cooking. Pre-cooked chicken is prepared at off-site commissary. All chicken products appeared to be in good condition. Grill side plates appear to be in good condition, rubber floor mats are in place in event dishes are dropped to prevent breakage. On duty manager stated that he would contact the complainant.

Las Gorditas, 108 B Scott Ave., Belton. April 24. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. All employee food handler certificates have expired. Corrective Action: All food service workers must maintain current certification. Chlorine sanitizer 0 ppm residual concentration. Corrective Action: Informed employee, chlorine added residual 100 ppm. Non Critical Violations: 6.

Light’s Snack Shack, 422 N. Scott Ave., Belton. April 23. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Bucket bleach/ water sanitizer >200 ppm. Corrective Action: Informed employee, sanitizer diluted 100 ppm. Walk-in cooler: carton of eggs above ketchup and tomatoes. Corrective Action: Informed owner, eggs moved to lower shelf. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Long John Silvers/A&W, 1112 E. North Ave, Belton. April 9. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Kitchen handwashing sink water temperature is 90°F. Corrective Action: 5-202.12 Handwashing Facility, Installation. (A) A handwashing lavatory shall be equipped to provide water at a temperature of at least 43°C (110°F) through a mixing valve or combination faucet. Ensure hot water temperature is at least 110°F at all handwashing sinks before revisit inspection. Employee food handler certificate is expired > 1 month. Corrective Action: Ensure all employees >30 days employment has current food handler certification before food handler audit on May 9. Non Critical Violations: 7.

Lorenzo’s Pizza Pasta & Subs, 811 E. North Ave., Belton. April 17. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Debris build-up on ice machine deflector plate. Corrective Action: Informed owner item cleaned and sanitized. Non Critical Violations: 6.

Mazzio’s Italian Eatery, 2200 E. Mechanic, Harrisonville. April 10. Follow up Inspection. Employees have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite. Critical Violation Corrected.

Minsky’s Pizza, 812 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. April 10. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Beer walk-in refrigerator is running 57°F, and house made salad dressing were tempted at 54°F. Marinara sauce in steam unit is 117°F. Corrective Action: House-made dressings were discarded. Refrigerator must be repaired to run 41°F or below at all times. Marinara sauce was reheated to 165°F and steam unit temp control was turned up. Hot held PHF must be maintained at 135°F or above at all times. Non Critical Violations: 6. April 15. Follow up Inspection. Beer walk-in refrigerator is 41°F and sauce in steam unit is 142°F at time of inspection. Critical Violation Corrected. Most non-critical violation have been corrected.

Oden’s BBQ, 1302 N. Scott Ave., Belton. April16. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 3. Debris build-up inside ice machine around ice chute. Debris build-up in soda fountain nozzles and filters. Corrective Action: Informed owner, discussed inspecting, cleaning methods, and cleaning schedule. Owner instructed employees to clean noted areas. Grill side refillable spray bottle was not labeled. Corrective Action: Informed manager. Contents identified, bottle relabeled. Non Critical Violations: 5.

Paleo Fit Meals, 1016 N. Scott Ave., Belton. April 23. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 8.

Papa Murphy’s, 662 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. April 8. Follow up Inspection. All employees noted have a valid food handler card - Critical Violation Corrected.

Pizza Shoppe, 17041 Bel-Ray Blvd, Belton. April 21. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Table top warmer: alfredo sauce 125°F, marinara 122°F. Items placed in warmer about six hours prior to inspection. Corrective Action: Informed owner, noted items discarded and replaced. Non Critical Violations: 5.

Pleasant Hill Convenience Store, 16309 N. 7 Hwy., Pleasant Hill. April 7. Preopening Inspection. Follow-up Pre-Opening Inspection. Facility is approved to sell potentially hazardous food upon receipt of Cass County Operating Permit.

Pleasant Hill Elementary School, 327 N. McKissock St., Pleasant Hill. April 25. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Pleasant Hill Intermediate School, 1204 E. 163rd St., Pleasant Hill. April 15. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Quick Break No. 2, 502 S.W. Outer Rd., Archie. April 8. Follow up Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. Employees past 30 day grace period do not have a valid food handler card. Corrective Action: A reinspection will be made in 30 days and all employees must have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite.

QuikTrip No. 171, 7920 E. 171st St., Belton. April 22. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Rich-N-Art on Main, 418 Main St., Belton. April 23. Preopening Inspection. Facility is approved to open upon receipt of Cass County Operating Permit.

Roosters, 100 S. Hwy. 7, Pleasant Hill. April 15. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Black side/side ref: raw eggs above bottled beer. Corrective Action: Informed employee, eggs moved below bottled beer. Non Critical Violations: 9.

Royal Donuts, 1316 North Ave., Belton. April 10. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Sam’s Place, 2119 N. 291 St. Rt. 7, Pleasant Hill. April 7. Complaint Inspection. Received email complaint April 7. Per complainant, he and his wife ate three weeks ago. Complainant had a cheeseburger and french fries, wife had a smoked bologna sandwich. Complainant stated that he had vomiting and severe diarrhea the next morning. His wife had no complaints of distress. Complainant ate at a different restaurant the next day with a continuation of GI distress. Spoke to manager re: complaint, manager stated he was not aware of the complaint. Ground beef is received refrigerated placed directly in cooler. 10 pound tubes are divided into 5 pound portions, and then further divided into half-pound portions. Hamburgers are cooked well done to order or rarer upon request. 10 lb. bologna is divided into one-inch thick cuts, smoked, and then cooled. Fried to order. Walk-in cooler: Hamburger tube 39°F, Smoked bologna 37.6°F. Prep table: portioned hamburger 39°F. Prep table: Raw bacon in pan surrounded by ready to eat finish garnish items at back section of unit. Discussed relocating to front section away from finish garnish items. Manager stated agreement.

Shepherd Staff Food Pantry, 1311 Sanders St., Harrisonville. April 11. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 0.

Sheridan’s Frozen Custard, 1733 E. North Ave., Belton. April 10. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Debris build-up inside ice machine ice chute. Corrective Action: Informed employee. More than 10 non-critical violations during an inspection are indicative of a lack of proper training or managerial oversight on a long term basis. The person in charge has failed to show “demonstration of knowledge with the compliance with” the 1999 Food Code." Corrective Action: Correct all non-critical items before

revisit inspection April 15. Non Critical Violations: 13. April 21. Follow up Inspection. Critical Items Corrected.

Sherrie’s Cake Magic, 16204 Richmond Ave., Belton. April 10. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Strasburg C-3 School District, 600 W. St. E Hwy., Strasburg. April 11. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Employee cutting oranges bare handed. Corrective Action: Employee discarded oranges. Wore gloves to cut new oranges. Non Critical Violations: 0. April 25. Follow up Inspection. Critical Item Corrected.

Subway No. 39132-242, 2015 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. April 7. Follow up Inspection. All employees noted have a valid food handler card - Critical Violation Corrected.

Sunrise, 2015 N. Commercial St., Harrisonville. April 22 Complaint Inspection. Received customer complaint by phone April 22. Complainant stated while eating dinner they found a roach in the rice on the buffet. Upon arrival spoke with owner who was aware of the complaint. Stated that he was shown the roach and apologized to customer. Rice was removed and replaced. Owner explained procedure for cooking and hot holding rice. Rice is cooked in the rice cooker. Once it is done cooking, rice is moved to prep table where it is separated to prevent clumping. Rice is then moved to warmers for hot holding. Rice cooker and warmers all have closable hinge lids. Lids kept closed between uses to hold moisture and heat. Inspected rice in warmers and buffet line, all rice appeared to be without issue. Owner has monthly pest control service contracted. Inspected kitchen: food scraps and debris noted along walls behind chest freezers/refrigerators, ice machine, and metal prep table. Owner swept areas that were easily accessible during inspection. Discussed cleaning schedule with owner. Copy of Integrated Pest Management guidelines to owner.

Taco Bell, 2015 N. Hwy. 7, Pleasant Hill. April 8. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Make Line top section: pico de gallo 56°F, diced onions 60°F, and diced tomatoes 56°F. All items stocked on at least 4 hours prior to inspection. Corrective Action: Informed manager all items removed, discarded, and replaced. Non Critical Violations: 6.

Taco Bueno, 510 E. North Ave., Belton. April 10. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Tara’s Café and Malt Shop, 401 Main St., Belton. April 10. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Bucket bleach sanitizer >200 ppm. Corrective Action: Informed owner, sanitizer diluted 100 ppm. Meat Slicer: dried food debris build-up noted on backside of blade and inside guard. Per owner slicer is cleaned once per week. Corrective Action: Informed owner, slicer disassembled, cleaned, and sanitized. Slicer equipment needs to be cleaned and sanitized within four hours after use to reduce chances for cross contamination resulting in food poisoning. Educational material provided. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Target Store, 1106 E. North Ave., Belton. Apr. 9. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

The Family Cabin, 347 N. Scott, Belton. April 24. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 3. Walk-in cooler: roast prepared April 23 is 56°F in center. Corrective Action: Informed kitchen manager, roast removed/discarded. Discussed cooling methods for faster overall cooling. Uncovered employee personal drinks kept above prep table. Corrective Action: Employees removed drinks voluntarily. Personal drinks must have lids and straws at all times. Wait station: bleach sanitizer >200 ppm. Corrective Action: Informed wait staff, sanitizer solution diluted 100 ppm. Non Critical Violations: 5.

The Fresh Catch, 700 E. North Ave., Belton. April 24. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Walgreens, 505 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. April 9. Routine Inspection. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Wal-Mart Supercenter No. 319 - Retail, 2015 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. April 7. Complaint Inspection. Received complaint that at 9:30 a.m. March 31, trash was observed on food pallets in back storage. Field visit made and no trash was observed on food pallets in back room at time of inspection. Talked to management about complaint and they were unaware of any issues that day. Talked to management about watching food storage area for any problems and continue to ensure area is kept clean. No other complaints received about this issue.

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