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Published on February 23, 2018 3:07PM

Last changed on February 23, 2018 3:17PM

Date Business Name Description of Violation Points Assessed

10/09/17 Ole Bob’s Seafood & Grill Cold Holding (less than 5 degrees) 5 Red

10/24/17 Long Beach Subway Cold Holding (less than 5 degrees) 5 Red Repeat

10/24/17 Bub’s Tombstone Willey Entrance is not controlled 5 Blue

10/26/17 Bailey’s Bakery and Café Cold Holding (Less than 5 degrees) 5 Red

10/26/17 Jack’s Country Store Raw meat not separate from ready-to-eat foods 5 Red

10/09/17 Okie’s Thriftway No violations

10/16/17 Raymond Subway No violations

10/23/17 Raymond McDonalds No violations

10/23/17 Menlo Store No violations

10/24/17 George Johnson House No violations

10/26/17 Corral Drive-In No violations

11/01/17 South Bend Early Learning Center No violations

11/01/17 South Bend Elementary No violations

12/11/17 The Cover Restaurant No Violations

12/18/17 Columbia River Roadhouse No Violations

12/18/17 South Bend Gas Station No Violations

1/04/18 Benson’s By the Beach Cold Holding (less then 5 degrees) 5 Red

1/04/18 Long Beach Subway No violations

1/10/18 The Barge Restaurant Cold Holding (less than 5 degrees) 5 Red

1/10/18 Sheila’s Kountry Kitchen No violations

1/17/18 Mochas & More @ The Stop No violations

1/29/18 Raymond Dairy Queen No violations

1/29/18 Galeys Grocery No violations

1/29/18 Slater’s Diner No violations

1/29/18 Malai Thai Restaurant Raw meat not separate from ready-to-eat foods 5 Red

1/29/18 Banana Books No violations

Scores are based on random routine inspections of the food service facilities.

RED CRITICAL ITEM SCORES focus on the top eight priority inspection items, which are directly related to food-borne illness. They are 1) Approved food sources, 2) Foods protected from cross contamination, 3) Foods protected from contamination by workers, 4) Foods protected from contamination by chemicals, 5) Proper cooling and refrigeration, 6) Proper cooking, re-heating and hot holding, 7) Temperature control and monitoring, and 8) Proper hand-washing by workers.

Blue Item scores are related to the sanitation level of a food service. They are of concern, but generally are not directly related to causing food-borne illness. Examples of Blue Item violations would be: Floors, walls, etc. not properly cleaned, improper sanitizing of food contact equipment or surfaces, improper dishwashing and improper food worker training.


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