Lo­cal busi­nesses un­dergo health in­spec­tions

The Saline Courier Weekend - - FRONT PAGE - By Sarah Perry

A Sa­line County Depart­ment of Health in­spec­tor vis­ited a num­ber lo­cal eater­ies and schools dur­ing the month of May. The find­ings from th­ese in­spec­tions were ob­tained in the Food Pro­tec­tion-in­spec­tion Por­tal on the Arkansas Depart­ment of Health web­site.

All in­spec­tions were rou­tine un­less oth­er­wise noted.

Crazy Cream Rolled Ice Cream

11705 Alexan­der Rd. in Ma­bel­vale. •No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

Eat My Catfish

1205 Mil­i­tary Rd. in Ben­ton

•No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

Bright Ideas En­rich­ment Cen­ter

•Shell eggs were ob­served in the reach-in cooler stored above ready-to-eat foods. All raw foods shall be stored be­low all ready to eat foods. The per­son in charge moved the eggs to the bottom shelf.

•A bot­tle of soda was ob­served in the kitchen area. Dis­con­tinue the use of un­ap­proved bev­er­age con­tain­ers in the food prepa­ra­tion and ware­wash­ing ar­eas. The per­son in charge re­moved the bottled soda.

•Dam­aged cans were ob­served in the pantry area. All foods shall have in­tact-pack­age in­tegrity. The per­son in charge re­moved the dam­aged cans from the shelves and placed on the floor to be re­turned for credit.

•Open foods were ob­served in the reach-in cooler with­out date mark­ing. All foods, when held for 24 hours or longer, shall be date marked. The per­son in charge was able to state the date that each items were opened. The ap­pro­pri­ate date mark­ing was placed on the food items.

Col­legeville El­e­men­tary School (Fol­low-up)

4818 Arkansas 5 North in Bryant.

•No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

Bethel Mid­dle School

5414 North­lake Road in Alexan­der.

•Em­ployee drinks in un­ap­proved con­tain­ers were ob­served in the kitchen area and in the walkin cooler. Dis­con­tinue use of un­ap­proved bev­er­age con­tain­ers in the food prepa­ra­tion and stor­age ar­eas. The per­son in charge re­moved the em­ployee drinks and placed them in the of­fice.

Springhill El­e­men­tary School

2716 North­lake Road in Alexan­der.

•The hot water at the hand­wash­ing sink in the dish­wash­ing area was ob­served to reach a max­i­mum of 93 de­grees af­ter 15 min­utes. Hand wash­ing sink shall pro­vide water at a tem­per­a­ture of a

least 100 de­grees through a mix­ing valve or com­bi­na­tion faucet. The per­son in charge placed an “Out of Or­der” sign on the hand­wash­ing sink and put in a work or­der to have the sink re­paired. The em­ploy­ees shall use the hand­wash­ing sink in the kitchen to wash their hands prior to han­dling any clean uten­sils from the dish­washer unit the sink is re­paired.

Ma­bel­vale Ju­nior High School

10822 Ma­bel­vale West Dr. in Ma­bel­vale.

•No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

Civ­i­tan Ser­vices

121 Cox St. in Ben­ton.

•It was ob­served that hand soap was stored over sin­gle-ser­vice items in the dry stor­age ar­eas. All chem­i­cals shall be stored away frmo food and sin­gle-ser­vice items. Per­son in charge re­moved hand soap and placed in des­ig­nated spot.

•It was ob­served em­ployee drinks to be in un­ap­proved con­tain­ers in the kitchen. All drinks shall be in ap­proved con­tain­ers with a lid and straw. Per­son in charge re­moved drinks and placed them in an ap­proved con­tainer with lid and straw.

•Dented cans were ob­served in the dry stor­age area. All foods shall have in­tact pack­age in­tegrity. Per­son in charge re­moved cans and placed them in a des­ig­nated area.

Civ­i­tan Ser­vices

403 S. Reynolds Rd. in Bryant.

•The ice ma­chine in the kitchen and din­ing area was ob­served to have build up on the in­side. All food equip­ment and food con­tact sur­faces shall be free of build up. Per­son in charge took both ma­chines out of ser­vice for clean­ing and san­i­tiz­ing.

•A dented can was ob­served in the dry stor­age. All food shall have in­tact pack­age in­tegrity. Per­son in charge re­moved can and placed in a des­ig­nated re­turns area.

Howard Per­rin El­e­men­tary School

1201 Smithers Rd. in Ben­ton.

•It was ob­served in the kitchen a scoop with­out a han­dle in a bag of sugar. Food shall only con­tact sur­faces of equip­ment and uten­sils that are cleaned and san­i­tized. Per­son in charge dis­carded bag of sugar.

•It was ob­served un­ap­proved hand san­i­tizer and dry erase sol­vent was be­ing stored above and next to food and sin­gle ser­vice items. All chem­i­cals shall be stored away from food, equip­ment and uten­sils to pre­vent con­tam­i­na­tion. Per­son in charge re­moved chem­i­cals and placed in a des­ig­nated area.

Angie Grant El­e­men­tary School

1124 Hoover St. in

Ben­ton.

•No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

Life­time Con­ces­sions and Cater

703 Oak­wood Dr. in Ben­ton.

•No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

Ta Molly’s (Fol­low up) 206 West Com­merce Rd. in Bryant.

•No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

Ben­ton High School 211 N. Bor­der St. in Ben­ton.

•Buildup was ob­served to be present in the ice ma­chine. All food con­tact sur­faces shall be clean to sight and touch. The per­son in charge re­moved the ice ma­chine from ser­vice and placed an “Out of Or­der” sign on it.

•Dam­aged cans were ob­served in the pantry area. All foods shall have in­tact pack­age in­tegrity. The per­son in charge re­moved the cans.

•The wip­ing cloth so­lu­tion was ob­served to have a con­cen­tra­tion of 150 ppm, qua­ter­nary am­mo­nia. The per­mis­si­ble con­cen­tra­tion for qua­ter­nary am­mo­nia san­i­tizer is 200 ppm to 400 ppm. The per­son in charge remixed the san­i­tizer, which tested at 400 ppm, qua­ter­nary am­mo­nia.

Ben­ton Ju­nior High School

411 N. Bor­der St. in Ben­ton.

•No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

Ben­ton Mid­dle School 204 N. Cox St. in Ben­ton.

•Dam­aged cans were ob­served in the kitchen area. All food shall have in­tact pack­age in­tegrity. The per­son in charge re­moved the dam­aged cans and placed them in the re­turns area.

•An em­ployee drink was ob­served stored with the dry foods. Dis­con­tinue use of un­ap­proved bev­er­age con­tain­ers in the food prepa­ra­tion area. The per­son in charged re­moved the em­ployee drink.

Baux­ite Mid­dle School 800 School St. in Baux­ite.

•Dented cans were ob­served in the dry stor­age area and kitchen area. All food shall have in­tact pack­age in­tegrity. Per­son in charge re­moved cans and placed them in a des­ig­nated re­turns area.

Brina Thai-laos Food 1224 E. Wood­son Lat­eral Rd. in Hens­ley.

•Must have a sign or poster that no­ti­fies food work­ers to wash their hands at all hand­wash­ing sinks used by food work­ers and shall be clearly vis­i­ble to food work­ers. Gave owner a copy of hand­wash­ing sig­nage to post over hand­wash­ing sink.

•The stain­less steel prepa­ra­tion ta­ble has plas­tic on it. Needs to be re­moved to be a smooth sur­face and san­i­tized.

•Pro­vide a sup­ply of in­di­vid­ual dis­pos­able tow­els or a con­tin­u­ous towel sys­tem that sup­plies the user with a clean towel or heated air dry­ing de­vice at each hand­wash­ing sink in food prepa­ra­tion, toi­let and ware­wash­ing ar­eas.

IHOP

17821 In­ter­state 30 in Ben­ton.

•No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

Too­dle Tots Daycare 4311 Salt Creek Road in Ben­ton.

•No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

King’s Kids Academy 10600 Train Sta­tion Dr. in Ma­bel­vale.

•Fa­cil­ity was not di­lut­ing the chlo­rine san­i­tiz­ing so­lu­tion used on dishes. It was ob­served at greater than

200 ppm. Chlo­rine san­i­tiz­ing so­lu­tion shall be at 50 ppm to 100 ppm. EHS taught em­ploy­ees how to mix the san­i­tiz­ing so­lu­tion to the proper con­cen­tra­tion.

•Can opener was ob­served hav­ing a buildup of food de­bris. All food con­tact sur­faces shall be clean and san­i­tized at all times. Per­son in charge cleaned the can opener.

•Ob­served uten­sils in the hand wash­ing sink in the front kitchen did not have soap at the time of the in­spec­tion. Pro­vide an ad­e­quate sup­ply of hand cleaner (liq­uid, pow­der or bar) at each hand­wash­ing sink. Per­son in charge put soap at the hand wash­ing sink.

Ma­bel­vale El­e­men­tary School

9410 Ma­bel­vale Cut­off in Ma­bel­vale.

•No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

Bryant El­e­men­tary School

200 NW 4th St. in Bryant.

•An open em­ployee drink (can) was ob­served in the serv­ing line pass through cooler. Dis­con­tinue the use of un­ap­proved bev­er­age con­tain­ers in the food prepa­ra­tion. The per­son in charge dis­carded the canned drink.

Bryant Mid­dle School 200 NW 4th St. in Bryant.

•Dam­aged cans were ob­served in the pantry area. All foods shall have in­tact pack­age in­tegrity. The per­son in charge re­moved the dam­aged cans and placed them in a re­turns area.

•Grilled chicken in the salad area was ob­served be­ing stored at a tem­per­a­ture greater than 41 de­grees, in­ter­nal food tem­per­a­ture. The per­son in charge stated the chicken was cooked, cut up and bagged May 6. Time/tem­per­a­ture con­trol for safety foods shall be kept cold at a tem­per­a­ture of 41 de­grees or be­low, as mea­sured by an in­ter­nal probe ther­mome­ter, to limit bac­te­rial growth.

The per­son in charge dis­carded the grilled chicken.

•Apples were ob­served be­ing of­fered for con­sumer self-ser­vice that were not wrapped. All foods shall be pro­tected from con­tam­i­na­tion by the fa­cil­ity and cus­tomers.

•Em­ployee drinks were ob­served in un­ap­proved con­tain­ers. The em­ploy­ees shall dis­con­tinue the use of un­ap­proved bev­er­age con­tain­ers. The per­son in charge re­moved the un­ap­proved con­tain­ers from the kitchen area.

Bryant High School

200 NW 4th St. in Bryant.

•Dam­aged cans were ob­served in the pantry area. All foods shall have in­tact pack­age in­tegrity. The per­son in charge re­moved the dam­aged cans.

•Spaghetti was ob­served in the ser­vice line hot hold be­ing held at a tem­per­a­ture less than 135 de­grees, in­ter­nal food tem­per­a­ture. Time/tem­per­a­ture con­trol for safety foods shall be kept hot at a tem­per­a­ture of 135 de­grees or above, as mea­sured by an in­ter­nal probe ther­mome­ter, to limit bac­te­rial growth. The per­son in charge re­moved the spaghetti and placed it in the steamer to re­heat to 165 de­grees.

•The dish­washer fi­nal uten­sil tem­per­a­ture was ob­served to be 121 de­grees. The per­mis­si­ble fi­nal uten­sil tem­per­a­ture is 160 de­grees or higher. The per­son in charge took to the dish­washer out of ser­vice un­til it can be re­paired. The fa­cil­ity shall use the three-com­part­ment sink to wash, rinse and san­i­tize the dish­washer is re­paired.

Davis El­e­men­tary School

200 NW 4th Street.

•No vi­o­la­tions noted at time of in­spec­tion.

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