6-20 Restaurant Inspections

June 20, 2014 

If you would like more information about these or other establishments in Cass County, contact the Cass County Health Department at 816-380-8425.

Aldi No. 55, 1011 E. North Ave., Belton. May 2. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 6.

Amazing Cake!, 1208 N. 7 Hwy., Pleasant Hill. May 7. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Spray bottle bleach sanitizer >200 ppm. Corrective Action: Informed owner, sanitizer diluted 100-200 ppm. Black refrigerator: carton of eggs stored above cream cheese. Corrective Action: Eggs moved away from cream cheese. Non Critical Violations: 0.

Arby’s, 1420 E. North Ave., Belton. May 6. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 9.

Archie R-V School, 302 W. St. Rt. A, Archie. May 12. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Arrowhead Yacht Club, 396 Winnebago Dr., Lake Winnebago. May 9. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Bar soda gun nozzle: debris build-up. Meat slicer: dried debris build-up on backside of blade and in guard. Corrective Action: Informed managers. Manager cleaned and sanitized noted items. Non Critical Violations: 8.

A Sweet Expression, 138 First St., Pleasant Hill. May 7. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 3.

B&B Theatres Cineplex, 2727 Cantrell Rd., Harrisonville. May 12. Preoperational Inspection. Establishment is not approved. Establishment must complete the following: 1) have a metal stem thermometer to check food temperatures, 2) dispenser for hand towels at handsink, 3) handwashing sign for handsink, 4) paint/seal base around concession stand and drink station, 5) quat test kit for sanitizer, 6) cover holes in ceiling tiles where sprinklers come through at drink station area, 7) repair/paint/seal where 3 compartment sink is torn, 8) drain rack on wall above 3 compartment sink, 9) general clean-up of back room and concession, and make sure to have thermometer for refrigerator that will hold hot dogs or other PHF. A reinspection will be made on 5/15/14 at around 1-1:30 pm and all items must be done at this time.

Belton High School, 107 Pirate Pkwy., Belton. May 5. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Belton High School Freshman Center, 801 W. North Ave., Belton. May 6. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 6.

Belton Hy-Vee - Bakery Department, 1307 E. North Ave., Belton. April 29. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 7.

Belton Hy-Vee - Deli Department, 1307 E. North Ave., Belton. April 29. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. 4 Kitchen employees do not have current food handler certificates. Corrective Action: All employees must obtain food handler certificates before revisit inspection May 29, 2014. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Belton Hy-Vee - Chinese/Italian, 1307 E. North Ave., Belton. April 29. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. 2 Italian employees do not have current food handler certificates. 100 percent Chinese employees have current food handler certificates. Corrective Action: All employees must have current food handler certificates before revisit inspection May 29, 2014. Sushi station: Bucket of sanitizer solution on table top during food preparation. Corrective Action: Manager relocated sanitizer, informed employee to not store sanitizer on food prep surface. Non Critical Violations: 5.

Briarwood School, 1801 S. James, Harrisonville. May 9. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar, 1121 E. North Ave., Belton. April 29. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Debris buildup noted inside soda fountain nozzles. Clean inside fountain heads. Corrective Action: Informed manager, discussed inspecting and cleaning techniques. All soda fountain heads, nozzles, filters were cleaned. Non Critical Violations: 6.

Casey’s General Store, 234 N. Madison, Raymore. April 28. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Nine employees 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: 7.

Chipotle Mexican Grill, 1424 E. North Ave., Belton. May 2. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Employee has invalid "efoodhandlers" certificate. Corrective Action: Employee must obtain recognized food handler certificate before revisit inspection June 2, 2014. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Denny’s, 21921 SE. Outer Rd., Peculiar. May 6. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Nine employees 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 onsite. Non Critical Violations: 6.

East Lynne 40, 24706 S. St. Rt. K Hwy., East Lynne. May 9. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Drexel R-IV School, 207 Fourth St., Drexel. May 12. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 2.

El Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant, 1508 N. 7 Hwy., Pleasant Hill. April 28. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 4. No certified food handlers. Corrective Action: All employees are required to have current food handler certification. Soda fountain: debris build-up in heads, nozzles, filters. (corrected April 28). Ice Machine: debris build-up around ice chute. Corrective Action: Discussed inspecting and cleaning both machines with manager. Employee cleaned machine. Buckets of bleach/ water sanitizer 0 ppm residual concentration. Soap added to sanitizer at wait station. Corrective Action: Do not add soap to bleach/ water solution. New sanitizer was made. Non Critical Violations: 7.

Golden Goose Café, 1809 E. Mechanic, Harrisonville. April 29. Follow up Inspection. Manager stated that a new sprayer hose with spring had been ordered. Manager will e-mail a purchase order for a new sprayer hose at prep sink. Manager will remind employees to attach hose to clip so hose is not left below flood rim of sink, until new unit is received and installed. May 2. Follow up Inspection. Not In Compliance. Sprayer hose still hangs into prep sink with no backflow prevention. Manager stated that new hose and spring had been ordered and hopes to receive in the next few days, but no receipt or proof provided. Manager was going to have owner e-mail receipt but it was not received. A reinspection will be made on May 8 and new sprayer hose/spring must be installed at this time. May 9 Follow up Inspection. New spring and connection to sprayer hose has been installed. Sprayer hose is no longer below flood rim level of prep sink - Critical Violation Corrected.

Hardee’s, 2002 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. May 9. Follow up Inspection. Employees have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite - Critical Violation Corrected. Any of the employees taken off of schedule for not having a food handler card must have a valid food handler card before being allowed to return to work.

Harold’s Smokehouse, 27500 S. St. Rt. C, Freeman. April 30. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Cleaning chemicals stored over prep sink and food prep table in back. Corrective Action: Corrected by moving below and away from food prep areas. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Harrisonville Elementary School, 101 Meghan Dr., Harrisonville. May 6. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Harrisonville High School, 1504 E. Elm St., Harrisonville. May 7. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Chicken & cheese soft tacos are 129°F in front serving line hot cabinet. Corrective Action: Corrected by reheating in oven to 165°F. Pans checked out of oven were 165°F, 170°F, and 168°F after reheating. Non Critical Violations: 2.

Harrisonville Middle School, 601 S. Highland, Harrisonville. May 7. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Jimmy Johns, 301 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. May 9. Follow up Inspection. Employees have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite - Critical Violation Corrected. Two employees without cards are off the schedule and managers agree that employee will not be put on schedule until a valid food handler card is obtained.

Jose Pepper’s, 1100 E. North Ave., Belton. May 7. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 5. Employee garnishing a taco prior to serving bare handed. Corrective Action: Discussed issue with employee and manager. Ready to eat foods must not be directly handled with bare hands. <100 percent employees have food handler certificates. Corrective Action: All employees must have a valid food handler certificate. Prep area: knives with dried food debris in wall mounted rack. Bar soda gun debris build-up. Corrective Action: Informed manager both noted items corrected. 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.” Non Critical Violations: 10.

Little Caesars Pizza, 817 E. North Ave., Belton. May 2. Follow up Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Criticals Corrected. Food Handler Certificates: All employees have obtained valid food handler certificates.

McDonald’s, 2101 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. April 29. Complaint Inspection. Received a complaint that on April 23 at 10-12 p.m. that a customer had ordered a McDouble burger and they believed it was not fully cooked (bloody) and the bun was red. A field visit was made to establishment. Talked to manager about complaint. Took the temperatures of McDouble hamburger patties in hot holding which were 167°F. Temperatures took of McDouble patties just finished cooking off of grill which were 172°F, 183°F, 178°F, and 172°F. No cooked, hamburger patties appeared to be bloody or raw at time of inspection. Manager had a temperature log of hamburger temperatures taken from April 23 and all temperatures in log were at proper food code temps. Grill has equipment that automatically cooks hamburgers on a timer. Manager stated that at night hamburgers are cooked to order and though hamburgers are cooked to proper temperatures some juices at surface, right off of grill, may appear red. No other complaints received on this issue at time of inspection.

McDonald’s, 400 N. Highway 7, Pleasant Hill. May 12. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 5.

McEowen Elementary School, 1902 Halsey, Harrisonville. May 6. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Mill Creek Upper Elementary, 308 S. Cleveland, Belton. May 6. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 3.

New China House, 172 Cedar Tree Square, Belton. May 5. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 8.

New Town Bicycle & Coffee Shop, 115 Wyoming, Pleasant Hill. April 28. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Papa John’s Pizza, 8320 E. 171st St., Belton. May 5. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. 3 employees >30 days employment have not obtained current food handler certification. Corrective Action: All employees must obtain current food handler certification before follow-up inspection June 5, 2014.Non Critical Violations: 5.

Peculiar Country Mart, 501 Schug Ave., Peculiar. May 7. Complaint Inspection. Received complaint that on 5/4/14, the complainant bought raw chicken, and when opened it smelled bad and was black & green. Complainant stated that she talked to store and was told to give it a salt bath and would be okay to eat. Field visit made to establishment. Manager was unaware of this complaint. Manager does not believe anybody on staff would tell a customer to give meat a salt bath. Manager will talk with employees about complaint and continue to watch for any adulteration in meat packages. No adulterated chicken observed in meat cases at time of inspection. Raw chicken in large case is 38°F and raw chicken in small case is 33°F. Meat walk-in refrigerator is 33°F at time of inspection. No other complaints have been received about this issue.

Pleasant Hill High School, 1 Rooster Way, Pleasant Hill. May 1. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Pleasant Hill Middle School, 1301 Myrtle St., Pleasant Hill. April 28. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 3. On May 12, received a phone call from manager re: small localized kitchen fire this morning. Per manager employee was cooking on the stove when margarine caught fire. Fire spread from stove top to adjacent table and floor. Employee extinguished fire with hand held dry chemical extinguisher. Staff removed/ discarded all food that had been prepared or was in preparation. Upon arrival employees have cleaned all chemical and are in process of detail cleaning entire kitchen. Sack lunches are to be provided per high school kitchen staff in addition to salad bar items. Kitchen is closed today. After lunch service kitchen staff will conduct a second detail cleaning of kitchen. No dry chemical residue noted during inspection. Kitchen approved to reopen upon completion of cleaning.

Pleasant Hill Primary School, 304 Eklund Dr., Pleasant Hill. May 1. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Pizza Hut No. 4746, 2023 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. April 28. Follow up Inspection. Not in Essential Compliance. Recheck made on food handler cards. Some food handler cards have been obtained but several employees are still missing a valid food handler card or photocopy onsite. A reinspection will be made in 30 days.

Price Chopper No. 250 - Deli Department, 2101 N. Hwy. 7, Pleasant Hill. May 1. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Meat slicer: dried meat bits and grease noted on front/ back of blade, inside guard, base, handle, and weight. Corrective Action: Employee on duty stated the machine is cleaned at least once nightly, however was unsure when the machine was last cleaned during the day. All food contact surfaces need to be cleaned within 4 hours after use to reduce chances of unintended bacteria growth resulting in food poisoning. Manager instructed employee to dismantle machine for cleaning. 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."Non Critical Violations: 13. May 9 Follow up Inspection. Critical violations have been corrected.

Price Chopper No. 250 - Meat Department, 2101 N. Hwy 7, Pleasant Hill. May 7. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 8.

Price Chopper No. 37 - Meat Department, 520 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. May 5. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Price Chopper No. 37 - Deli Department, 520 S. Commercial, Harrisonville. May 5. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Quik Break No. 3, 101 Cherry Hill Dr., Belton. May 6. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 4. Soda Fountain heads, nozzles, filters have gelatinous mold-like debris build-up. Corrective Action: Informed employee. Soda fountain heads and nozzle pieces need to be cleaned and sanitized routinely at least once per week to prevent mold and debris build up. One employee on duty does not have copy of food handler card. Another employee’s food handler certificate posted on wall is expired 1 month. Corrective Action: All employees must have current food handler certificates available at all times. Food handler certificate audit to be conducted June 6, 2014. Water soaked soda syrup box on floor in back room. Beetle crawled out of box when picked up. Corrective Action: Employee was notified. Item was discarded. No prepared sanitizer solution available during inspection. Pizza utensils are stored in black bucket with greasy water, with no detectable sanitizer level noted. Corrective Action: Facility has a calibrated sanitizer system available. Sanitizer solution must be available at all open operating hours. Non Critical Violations: 9.

Samra Mart, 209 N. 7 Hwy., Pleasant Hill. May 9. Follow up Inspection. Not In Essential Compliance. All employees must obtain food handler certification before revisit inspection Friday May 30, 2014. Failure to comply will result in immediate closure of convenience store until management and all employees have completed food handler certification.

Save-A-Lot Foods, 309 N. Hwy. 7, Pleasant Hill. May 12. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 3. Raw meats stored above pre-cooked ready to eat foods in display cases: Smoked meat case, Fresh meat case, Juice case. Corrective Action: Discussed arrangement of display cases with manager. All raw meat products need to be stored below ready to eat foods to prevent chances for accidental cross-contamination. Meat cutting room: chemical jugs stored above packaged cheese. Corrective Action: Chemicals moved below food products. Excessive non critical violations. More than 10 non-critical violations during an inspection is 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." Non Critical Violations: 16.

Savvy Saver, 8024 E. 171st, Belton. May 9. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 4.

Steak-N-Shake, 905 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. May 12. Complaint Inspection. Received complaint that on 5/6/14 that there was debris under equipment on front line. A field visit was made to establishment. A small amount of debris was observed under equipment in the middle of front line and debris buildup was observed under prep table cooler in shake area at time of inspection. Manager had employees clean both areas at time of inspection. Manager was unaware of any cleaning issues from May 16. Manager stated that they have employees clean between shifts, when they are not busy and at night. Manager stated he would remind employees of cleaning under the equipment. Manager had a print out list of areas they are working on deep cleaning and when each area is done. No other complaints have been received by Cass County Health about floor under equipment.

Subway, 2061 N. Commercial, Harrisonville. April 29. Follow up Inspection. Food handler card recheck. All employees on schedule have a valid food handler card or photocopy onsite - Critical Violation Corrected.

Taco Bell, 2010 Commercial, Harrisonville. May 2. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Fourteen employees missing a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite. Corrective Action: A reinspection will be made in 30 days. Employees must have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite at this time. Non Critical Violations: 5.

The Best Burrito Express, 2015 Plaza Dr., Harrisonville. May 7. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 2. Walk-in refrigerator has an ambient temperature of 50°F, with PHF tempted at 48°F-50°F. Corrective Action: PHF discarded. Refrigerator must be able to maintain 41°F or below at all times. Employees do not have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided 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: 3.

The Fishing Dock, 101 SW. Outer Rd., Archie. May 1. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Thirteen employees are missing a valid food handler card or photocopy provided 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: 8.

Wal-Mart Supercenter No. 96 - Bakery Department, 1700 N. 291 Hwy., Harrisonville. April 30. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Wal-Mart Supercenter No. 96 - Deli Department, 1700 N. 291 Hwy., Harrisonville. April 30. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Five employees missing a valid food handler card or photocopy onsite. Corrective Action: A reinspection will be in 30 days and employees must have a valid food handler card or photocopy provided onsite at that time. Non Critical Violations: 1.

Wal-Mart Supercenter No. 96 - Meat Department, 1700 N. 291 Hwy., Harrisonville. April 30. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 1. Hand sink back plumbing torn away from wall and all water leaks on floor. Corrective Action: Corrected by repairing plumbing issue at time of inspection. Non Critical Violations: 3.

Wendy’s, 2011 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore. April 28. Follow up Inspection. Not in Essential Compliance. Recheck made on food handler cards. Some food handler cards have been obtained but several employees are still missing a valid food handler card or photocopy onsite. A reinspection will be made in 30 days.

Whitey’s Occasion, 301 N. Hwy. 7, Pleasant Hill. May 12. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. Not In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 4. Employee does not have a current food handler certificate. Corrective Action: All food service workers are required to obtain and maintain a food handler certificate. Ensure all employees have current food handler certificates before follow-up inspection 06/12/2014. Debris build-up noted inside ice machine around ice chute. Debris build up noted on bar soda gun nozzle. Corrective Action: Discussed inspecting, cleaning, and sanitizing noted areas. Bucket bleach sanitizer ~10 ppm. Corrective Action: Bleach sanitizer used for wiping surfaces must be maintained between 100-200 ppm. Use test strips to check concentration adjust as needed. Non Critical Violations: 5.

Yeokum Middle School, 613 Mill St., Belton. May 6. Routine Inspection, Food Handler Audit. In Essential Compliance. Critical Violations: 0. Non Critical Violations: 1.

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