Restaurant Inspections – September 12

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.

July 6

Meijer

Location: 6931 W. Broadway St., McCordsville

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations: C – outdated tuna salad sandwich and crab meat found, corrected; C – employees are touching deli meat when slicing then touching sliding doors of deli case, then touching deli meat again, corrected; NC – some hand sinks had no paper towels or jammed paper towel dispensers, to be corrected by Nov. 1; C – drain under three-compartment sink not working, to be corrected by July 10.

July 10

Burger King

Location: 1620 N. State St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations: C – cheese had exceeded labeling of time to be disposed of when using time as a public health control, corrected; C – must not use bare hands when handling ready to eat foods such as ice cream cone, handle at paper wrap, handle soufflé cups at exterior of cup, do not place bare fingers in interior of cup, corrected; NC – protect ice scoop from contamination by placing in a clean, protected manner, corrected.

Treat America Food Service

Location: 400 W. New Road, Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

No violations found.

Waffle House

Location: 1752 N. State St., Greenfield

Type of Inspection: Routine

Violations: C – employee observed handling clean dishes after handling dirty dishes for dish machine, corrected; C – must mark clearly the time for food to be discarded when using time as a public health control, corrected; NC – clean shelving in refrigerated unit of raw meats to remove debris, to be corrected by July 25; NC – protect all ice scoops from contamination by storing them in a clean, protected manner, to be corrected by July 10.