Restaurant Inspections – June 2

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

May 4

Little Caesar’s Pizza

Location: 1633 N. State St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: NC – employees wearing fingernail polish or artificial fingernails while working with exposed food must wear intact gloves, corrected.

Circle K

Location: 1136 N. State St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C – ready-to-eat potentially hazardous food – turkey and cheese, ham and cheese, tuna salad – have expired, corrected/discarded; C — ready-to-eat potentially hazardous food such as ham and cheese sandwiches need to be date marked when held for longer than 24 hours, corrected/discarded; C – sanitizing solution tested too strong, corrected.

May 5

Speedway

Location: 335 Broadway, Fortville

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C – remove food debris and clean hand washing sink in kitchen, corrected.

Speedway

Location: 1253 N. State St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

No violations found.

Taco Bell

Location: 1017 W. Main St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C – hand washing sink has food debris, corrected; NC – cleaned equipment and utensils need to be stored where they are not exposed to splash, dust or other contamination. Utensils stored above three-compartment sink should not be touched by cleaning/wiping cloths after being cleaned, rinsed and sanitized, corrected.

Mozzi’s

Location: 18 W. Main St., New Palestine

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations: NC – repair flooring under pizza prep cooler (table) and wall behind pizza prep table, to be corrected by Sept. 1.