Richland County restaurant inspections: critical violations – Mansfield News Journal

MANSFIELD – The following restaurant inspections with critical violations were conducted by Richland Public Health between Sept. 8 and Sept. 10.

• The Keto Zone, 1321 Lexington Ave., Mansfield, Sept. 8. Food not properly protected from contamination by separation, packaging and segregation (critical, corrected during inspection). Pizzas and cookies in the freezer were not protected from contamination. 

• Hamloaf Inc. DBA V&M Restaurant, 1120 Lexington Ave., Mansfield, Sept. 8. Person in charge (PIC) did not ensure their employees are properly trained in food safety (critical, corrected during inspection). Employee did not sanitize probe before taking temperature of mashed potatoes. Also employee improperly storing cheese in make table. Three pounds of cheese voluntarily destroyed. TCS foods not being hot held at the proper temperature (critical, corrected during inspection). Mash potatoes on hot table over the load limit and 125 degrees on the top. Half the potatoes were reheated to 165 degrees. TCS foods not being cold held at the proper temperature (critical repeat, corrected during inspection). Sliced cheese in the make table was stored on top. Cheese temperature was 47 degrees. About three pounds of cheese was voluntarily destroyed. TCS foods not being cold held at the proper temperature (critical, corrected during inspection). Bev Air cooler was not working properly. Ambient air temperature of 46 degrees. Three pounds of waffle mix, two pounds of French toast egg mix, one sausage patty and two links, five pounds of diced ham and two pounds of diced tomato were voluntarily destroyed by PIC. Improper storage of poisonous or toxic materials (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed chemicals being stored on top of the dishwasher. Equipment and/or utensils improper construction (critical). Containers for dried ingredients are not made of food grade material. Correct by next inspection. 

• Long John Silver’s No. 7179, 1200 Park Avenue West, Mansfield, Sept. 8. Equipment food-contact surfaces or utensils are unclean (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed residue on the metal containers in the hot holding unit. PIC moved containers to the three compartment sink to be washed, rinsed and sanitized. TCS foods not being cold held at the proper temperature (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed salmon in the prep cooler at 51 degrees. PIC voluntarily discarded salmon. Manual wash solution not being maintained at 110 degrees or above (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed the wash solution in the three compartment sink at 82 degrees. PIC drained wash water and refilled to 120 degrees. 

• Campus Cafe, 1640 University Drive, Mansfield, Sept. 8. TCS foods not being hot held at the proper temperature (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed individual cups of products on the steam tables to be out of temperature: mac and cheese 86 degrees, vegetable soup 133 degrees. PIC re-heated the single portion of soup to 165 degrees to then be cooled down. PIC voluntarily discarded six individual portions of mac and cheese. Ready-to-eat, TCS food not properly discarded when required (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed crumble sausage, sausage patties and pizza sauce in two-door cooler to be dated with a prep-by day more than seven days ago. PIC voluntarily discarded products. Discussed training employees and ensuring proper date marking procedures take place. 

• Subway Sandwich Shoppe No. 28057, 1135 Park Avenue West, Mansfield, Sept. 8, followup inspection. Warewashing machine does not automatically dispense detergent sanitizer and/or does not have a visual means to ensure detergent and sanitizer is automatically dispensed (critical repeat). Observed a container of liquid chlorine sanitizer mounted on the wall above the dishwasher. No sanitizer observed in the lines at the time of inspection. No sanitizer detected in dishwasher when operated at the time of inspection. Discussed using the three compartment sink with the quat sanitizer until dishwasher is repaired to dispense chlorine sanitizer at 50 ppm or above. Correct by Sept. 16.

• C&B’s Place, 12 Ohio 603, Shiloh, Sept. 9. Presence of live insects, rodents and other pests (critical). Observed multiple flies in facility. Suggested blue light to contain flies. 

• Park Avenue Patio, LLC, 1349 Park Avenue West, Mansfield, Sept. 9. Refrigerated, ready-to-eat, TCS foods not properly date marked (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed a bottle of chipotle sauce made in-house that had been prepared more than 24 hours prior without a date mark. Discussed date marking of opened/prepared items that are kept for more than 24 hours. PIC placed date sticker on sauce bottle at the time of inspection. Working containers of poisonous or toxic materials not properly labeled (critical repeat, corrected during inspection). Observed a squeeze bottle of sanitizer solution without a common name. PIC voluntarily discarded sanitizer bottle at the time of inspection. Improper storage of poisonous or toxic materials (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed pop syrup boxes stored on the shelf below cleaning chemicals. PIC removed pop syrup boxes at the time of inspection. Presence of live insects, rodents, and other pests (critical). Observed fruit flies congregating in the bar area. PIC stated pest control company will be contacted. Correct by Sept. 16.

• Roosters Mansfield, 2140 W. Fourth St., Mansfield, Sept. 9. Food not properly protected from contamination by separation, packaging, and segregation (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed multiple sauces on the make line uncovered and not protected from contamination while not in use. PIC placed lids on sauces. TCS foods not being hot held at the proper temperature (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed mac and cheese in a hot holding unit to be 153 degrees on the outside and 108 degrees in the center. PIC states product was heated in the microwave less than one hour prior and instructed employee to reheat product to 165 degrees. Discussed monitoring product temperature to ensure hot holding unit is functioning. Ready-to-eat, TCS food not properly discarded when required (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed marinade with a prep date of Sept. 2. PIC voluntarily discarded product. 

• Mountain Drive Thru, 481 Springmill St., Mansfield, Sept. 9. No air gap or approved backflow prevention device on the plumbing system (critical).  No air gap on ice machine drain. Correct by Sept. 16. No air gap or approved backflow prevention device on the plumbing system (critical). No backflow device on ice machine water supply line. Facility is to discontinue use. Correct by Sept. 16. 

• Steve’s Dakota Grill, 3101 Park Avenue West, Mansfield, Sept. 10. Equipment food-contact surfaces or utensils are unclean (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed a dirty tray in the clean equipment storage. PIC placed into dishwasher. Refrigerated, ready-to-eat, TCS foods not properly date marked (critical, corrected during inspection). Observed an almost empty gallon of milk in the bar area without a date mark. PIC voluntarily destroyed.

• Pinhook Meats LLC, 236 W. Main St., Lucas, Sept. 10. Food thermometers are not accurate (critical). Observed walk-in cooler door thermometer that isn’t reading accurate temperature. Must replace internal thermometer with easy to read thermometer.

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