2014-03-10 / General

Owen County Health Department Food Inspections

The following are results of recent inspections of local food establishments by the Owen County Health Department for February 2014.

Indiana Code 410 IAC7-24 defines a critical violation – a provision of this rule if in noncompliance – is more likely than other violations to significantly contribute to food contamination, illness or environmental health hazard:

•Coal City Market – four critical, three non-critical and two repeat violations.

*C – Raw shell eggs are bought from a local farmer for use in the retail establishment; raw sausage bagged in plastic bags, bought from Wabash Valley Custom Meats it contained a label that stated ‘not for sale.’ Lard used from home in the establishment.

*C – The establishment does not have an employee illness policy.

*C – The meat slicer was soiled with food debris. The food processor under the cabinet was soiled with food debris.

*C – Sandwiches in the reach-in cooler, cheese slices in the cooler by the chili and ham slices in the main reach-in did not have date markings.

*C – No food thermometer in the establishment to measure food cooking temperatures.

*NC – Wiping clothes were not stored in sanitizer.

*NC – Utensils for grill were soiled and not washed at least every four hours.

•Designer Cupcakes/Plantation Hall – No violations.

•Spencer Elementary School – No violations.

•McCormick’s Creek Elementary School – No violations.

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