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Pacific County Food-Service Inspections

Published on March 8, 2017 11:44AM

Date Business Name Description of Violation Points Assessed

12/08/16 Sid’s Supermarket Cold holding (more than 5 degrees) 10 red

01/23/17 El Compadre Food handler cards invalid/expired/not available 5 red

In-use utensils stored incorrectly 3 blue

01/23/17 Scoopers Gas N Grub Wiping cloths stored and used improperly 5 blue

01/25/17 South Bend Jackpot Food Mart Food handler cards invalid/expired/not available 5 red

01/26/17 Historical Brooklyn Tavern Bare hand contact with food observed 25 red

Handwashing sink was inadequate or inaccessible 10 red

12/09/16 Naselle Schools No violations

12/09/16 Okie’s Select Market No violations

12/09/16 Archive’s Café No violations

12/09/16 Hunters Inn No violations

12/09/16 Johnson Oil One Stop No violations

01/03/17 Blue Collar Eats No violations

01/03/17 The Long Beach Tavern No violations

01/10/17 Pioneer Market & Deli No violations

01/13/17 Pioneer Tavern No violations

01/23/17 Surfside Mini Mart No violations

01/23/17 Long Beach Head Start No violations

01/23/17 Corral Drive-In No violations

01/23/17 Chen’s (Long Beach) No violations

01/23/17 Loose Kaboose No violations

01/23/17 Malai Thai Restaurant No violations

01/25/17 Panfilio’s Pizza No violations

01/26/17 North River School 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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