March 10 Service Inspections: Kramer and Van Zile

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Kramer Complex

KSU Campus

Date: March 7, 2017

Reason: Complaint

Result: Out of Compliance

KDA_3_30412F Chinese area: In a metal container there was a metal scoop in water at 69 F. The scoop is used for the white rice. Corrected on-site, got a new, dry, clean container and new scoop. (Note: educated to clean the scoop and container every four hours or have the scoop in water that can maintain 135 F).

KDA_2_30114F An employee was wearing gloves and handled raw ground beef patties. She then removed the gloves and continued to put new gloves on without washing her hands. Corrected on-site, educated about washing hands when removing soiled gloves and placing new gloves on. The employee washed her hands.

KDA_3_50116A1 All hot holding units were checked and all foods were in compliance (unless otherwise noted in this report). Grill/pizza and pasta area: On a steam well, there was a hamburger patty at 122 F. Also, in the hot box there was a cheeseburger at 123 F. An employee said the burgers were cooked around 10:45 am and the temperatures were taken around 11:25 am (held below 135 F for less than four hours). Corrected on-site, reheated. (Note: the burgers on the steam well were in a metal pan and sitting on a metal slotted spacer used to drip off the grease, and the hot box was reading 156 F.)

KDA_6_50112A Ware-wash area: There were three air intake vents with dust buildup on them. There were also ceiling vents with dust buildup on them.

KDA_7_20111B Ware-wash area: There was a sanitizer bucket being stored directly on top of the paper towel dispenser. Corrected on-site, removed.

KDA_3_50116A2 All cold holding units were checked and all foods were in compliance (unless otherwise noted in this report). In the waffle unit there was waffle mix at 61 F (time held above 41 F is unknown). The person in charge said waffle mix is set out and used from 6:45-10:45 a.m. They restock the waffle mix throughout the morning shift. The waffle mix is prepared and stored in the walk-in cooler in advance. Corrected on-site, discarded. (Note: they have ice packs inside of the unit. Discussed using time as a public health control.) In the Silk Milk cooler there was Silk Milk at 44 F. The person in charge said it required refrigeration. The cooler was reading 44 F. The temperature log for the unit stated it read 37 F at 7 a.m. The temperature of the milk was taken around 10:35 a.m (held above 41 F for less than four hours). Corrected on-site, removed the milk and placed it in another cooler. (Note: the unit is reading 34 F.)

KDA_3_30414B1 Corner store in Wefald: The sanitizer bucket had rags that were not fully submerged in the solution. Corrected on-site, added more sanitizer solution. Chinese area: There was a sanitizer bucket with a rag hanging on the side. Corrected on-site, removed the rag.

KDA_3_30211A1b In the dock walk-in cooler, there were seven cases of raw, hard-shell eggs being stored directly above four boxes of ready-to-eat margarine and several boxes of pasteurized (ready-to-eat) liquid eggs and egg whites. Corrected on-site, rearranged. (Note: no leakage detected.)

KDA_3_10111 In the produce walk-in cooler, there were two lemons rotting (soft/squishy) with white mold on them. Corrected on-site, discarded.

KDA_4_20211A2 Vegetable prep area: On a lower shelf there was one medium-sized plastic food-grade container with a crack on the edge. Corrected on-site, discarded.

KDA_4_60111A Ingredient area: On a utensil rack there were four (6.2 quart) black plastic containers with sticker residue on the outside and stacked clean. There was one plastic container with the original plastic wrap attached along the edge. Bakery area: In a utensil drawer there was one metal scoop with food debris on the inside and stored clean. Vegetable prep area: In a utensil drawer there was a produce dicer with dried food debris on the blade and stored clean. On a utensil rack there was one large plastic container with tape residue on the outside and stacked clean. Front house kitchen: In a utensil drawer there was one tong with dried food debris on the food contact surface and stored clean. The large Hobart mixer had dried food debris on the metal splash guard and was stored as clean. The small Hobart mixer had dried food debris on the metal frame where the whisks are inserted and stored as clean. Class section/Mexican area: In a utensil drawer there was one tong with dried food debris on the food contact surface and stored as clean. Corrected on-site, cleaned/sanitized the mixers and moved all utensils and containers to the ware-wash area.

KDA_3_50118A3 In the dock walk-in cooler, there were three plastic food grade buckets of pizza sauce dated March 6-13 (dated for more than seven days). Corrected on-site, put the correct discard date.

KDA_4_60111C Grill/pizza and pasta area: Inside of the walk-in cooler, there was minor dust on the right fan blower.

Van Zile Complex

KSU Campus

Date: Feb. 28, 2017

Reason: Routine

Result: In Compliance

KDA_3_50116A2 All cold holding units were checked, and all foods were in compliance (unless otherwise noted in this report). On the buffet cooler there was a plastic container of vanilla yogurt at 49 F, a plastic container of Oikos plain yogurt at 60 F, a plastic container with hard boiled eggs (with shells) at 53 F and a plastic container of cottage cheese at 44 F. The person in charge said the buffet was set up around 6:30 a.m. and the temperatures were taken around 9:25 a.m. (held above 41 F for less than four hours). The ambient air temperature of the unit was reading 37.6 F. Corrected on-site, placed ice on the eggs and put the yogurts and cottage cheese in a reach-in cooler.

KDA_4_60111A Two large mixers had dried food debris on the metal frames, and the person in charge said they were not used today. Corrected on-site, cleaned. In a utensil drawer there were two metal scoops with dried food debris on the inside and stored clean. On a utensil rack there were five plastic food grade containers with the original plastic wrap/foil attached on the edges (can hold bacteria). There were also three plastic lids with tape/sticky residue on them and stored clean. Corrected on-site, moved the items to the ware-wash area.

KDA_4_60211E4 Quik Cats: Inside of the ice machine there is mold on the plastic ice deflector.

KDA_4_90311B On a utensil rack there were four plastic food-grade containers stacked wet/clean and not able to properly air dry.

KDA_7_20111B Quik Cats: On a retail shelf there were bottles of Armor All Original car cleaner, spray cans of insect repellent and bottles of sunscreen being stored directly above boxes of tissues. On a retail shelf there were bottles of Parsons All Purpose cleaner being stored directly above packages of paper towels. Corrected on-site, rearranged the items. (Note: no leakage detected.)

KDA_4_20211A2 In a utensil drawer there was one rubber spatula with a deep cut on the food contact surface (not easy to clean). Corrected on-site, discarded.

KDA_3_30511A1 In the walk-in freezer, there were four metal sheet pans with EP Food with yellow cards (food to be reheated) being stored directly on the floor.

KDA_4_60111C Main production area: There is minor dust buildup in the oven hood filters. Serving Line: There is grease buildup in the oven hood filters. Pizza Station: There is minor dust buildup in the oven hood filters. Quik Cats: Inside of the walk-in cooler there is minor dust buildup on the fan blowers.

KDA_4_50111B Reach-in cooler No. 18 had a top door gasket torn.

KDA_5_20515B Ingredient area: The hot water handle at the one compartment sink has a slow leak when water is supplied.

KDA_4_60213 The door gasket on the reach-in cooler (serving line with raw hamburger patties) has black residue on it.

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