Restaurant Inspections – April 1

Food Safety REPORT

The Hancock County Health Department inspects restaurants four times annually, and violations are determined as “C” for critical, “NC” for noncritical and “R” for repeated violations. The following inspections are based on information obtained from Retail Food Inspection Reports.

March 4

ICAP/Head Start — Fortville Center

Location: 400 W. Church St., Fortville.

Type of Inspection: Routine.

No violations found.

Hometown Classic Pizza

Location: 118 S. Pennsylvania St., Greenfield.

Type of Inspection: Routine.

No violations found.

March 7

Indulge

Location: 10 S. Main St., Fortville.

Type of Inspection: Routine.

No violations found.

Panda Chinese Restaurant

Location: 21 S. Main St., Fortville.

Type of Inspection: Routine.

Violations: NC/R — clean floors under equipment where debris/grease/grime has accumulated, 90 days; NC/R — clean equipment and storage containers (outsides) so clean to sight and touch, 90 days.

March 9

Lincoln Square Pancake House

Location: 118 W. Main St., Greenfield.

Type of Inspection: Routine.

Violations: C — reach-in cooler by grill is too warm — remove food until can be repaired, corrected; C – employee seen touching cellphone with food-handling gloves on — need to wash hands, change gloves after contamination, before touching food, corrected; NC — repair freezer door so will properly close — make sure all foods are covered and protected from freezer snow, 120 days.

March 10

El Jaripeo

Location: 38 W. Main St., New Palestine.

Type of Inspection: Routine.

Violations: C — employee seen touching raw shrimp and beef and starting to touch lettuce, corrected.

New Palestine High School

Location: 4485 S. Victory Lane, New Palestine.

Type of Inspection: Routine.

No violations found.

New Palestine Elementary School

Location: 4801 S. County Road 500W, New Palestine.

Type of Inspection: Routine.

No violations found.