Restaurant Inspections – June 29

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.

June 3

Subway

Location: 1261 N. State St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

No violations found.

Long John Silver’s

Location: 2080 W. Main St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C – some coleslaw not date marked in walk-in cooler, corrected.

June 7

Mama Nita’s Pizza

Location: 5040 U.S. 52 West, New Palestine

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C – “buttery blend” is labeled that it must be refrigerated, it cannot be left at room temperature, corrected/discarded; C – roast beef and cheese must be date marked when package opened, date mark when held longer than 24 hours, corrected/discarded.

Subway Restaurant

Location: 5040 W. U.S. 52, New Palestine

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C – need to wash hands before putting on gloves when changing tasks, after cashiering need to wash hands and glove up before making next order, corrected; NC/R – post current permit in public view, to be corrected by Sept. 1; C – cold holding units on serving lines running warm, corrected.

June 8

Pizza Hut

Location: 5971 U.S. 52 West, New Palestine

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C – dish machine is not at correct sanitizing concentration, corrected.

Marsh Hometown Market

Location: 5890 U.S. 52 West, New Palestine

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C/R – expired lunch meat, cheese, milk, yogurt, egg beaters, imitation crab and lobster, packaged salads, ham, corrected; C – lunch meats and cheese must be date marked when package is opened and held longer than 24 hours, and for a maximum of seven days, need to date mark melons once they have been cut in-house, corrected; C – need to clean melons before cutting for in-house trays prepared for consumer, corrected; NC – need sanitizing test strips for each department, corrected.

June 9

Bob Evans Farms

Location: 2256 N. State St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C – use separate/different tongs for raw chicken and cooked chicken or any other raw meats, corrected; NC – dispose of food items in cooler that have exceeded date marking, corrected.

Aldi Inc.

Location: 1780 Muskegon Lane, Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C – half-n-half had expired, corrected.

McDonald’s

Location: 5122 U.S. 52 West, New Palestine

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations found: C – prep cooler below sandwich garnish area too warm, corrected; C – sanitizing solution in cloth buckets is not to correct concentration, to be corrected by June 9; C – hand sinks can not be used for any other purpose than hand washing, to be corrected by June 9; NC – hand sink by three-compartment sink has no cold water, to be corrected by Sept. 1; NC – spoons at drive-thru need to have handle exposed instead of food contact surface, corrected; NC – post permit in public view, to be corrected by Sept. 1.