Nov. 1 Service Inspections: Pi Kappa Phi and Chi Omega

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Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity

513 Sunset Ave.

Date: Oct. 27, 2017

Reason: Routine

Result: In compliance

3-302.11(A)(2) This is not cited as a violation: In the True reach-in cooler, there was a box of raw ground beef rolls being stored above a box of raw pork loins. Recommend using the silo method to separate different types of raw animal foods such as beef, fish (including shellfish), lamb, pork and poultry. Please be aware that raw fish, including shellfish, pose a high risk for allergen cross-contact and must be stored so it can not contact other foods. Corrected on-site, placed the raw pork on top of the raw ground beef.

3-501.17(B) In the True reach-in cooler, there was an open container of garlic and oil without a date. The person in charge said it was opened Oct. 25. Corrected on-site, dated.

4-602.11(E)(4) Inside of the ice machine, there is minor mold on the metal ice deflector.

4-602.12(B) The black microwave had dried food debris splattered on the inside. No one knew when it was last cleaned.

6-301.12 No paper towels or other hand drying provisions at the employee restroom hand-washing sink. Corrected on-site, placed a roll in the restroom.

Chi Omega Sorority

1516 McCain Ln.

Date: Oct. 26, 2017

Reason: Routine

Result: Out of compliance

Code unclear The cooking temperatures of chicken breasts were 173 and 178 degrees Fahrenheit. The mechanical dish machine was not in use during the inspection. It utilizes hot water for sanitation, and the temperature of the water measured at 162.5 degrees Fahrenheit.

3-302.11(A)(1)(b) On wired racks in one of the True reach-in coolers, there were two boxes of raw bacon being stored directly above a box of ready-to-eat cream cheese (package sealed inside the box) and a sealed package of diced ham. Corrected on-site, removed the ready-to-eat food items. (Note: no leakage detected.)

3-501.16(A)(1) “All hot holding units were checked and all foods were in compliance, [unless otherwise noted in this report].” On the creation station table, there was cut steak at 101 degrees Fahrenheit, diced chicken at 113 degrees Fahrenheit and noodles at 71 degrees Fahrenheit. The person in charge placed these items out around 10:45 a.m., and the temperatures were taken around 11:15 a.m. (held below 135 degrees Fahrenheit for less than four hours). Corrected on-site, discarded after lunch. (Note: Inspector discussed using time as a public health control for these items.)

3-501.16(A)(2) “All cold holding units were checked, and all foods were in compliance [unless otherwise noted in this report].” On the counter, in a plastic bowl, there were bean sprouts at 51 degrees Fahrenheit. The person in charge said she had them out for about 30 minutes, and the temperature was taken around 10:10 a.m. Corrected on-site, placed them on an ice bath. In a box, there was a container of tofu at 48 degrees Fahrenheit. The person in charge said it had been out for less than an hour and the temperature was taken around 10:20 a.m. Corrected on-site, voluntarily discarded. On the make table, the following potentially hazardous foods were not maintained at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or below: cut watermelon, diced pre-cooked chicken, hard boiled eggs (shell off), shredded cheese, cut lettuce, cream cheese packets, butter packets and yogurt. The person in charge said the watermelon, cream cheese packets, butter packets and yogurt were left in the unit overnight. The ambient air temperature of the unit was reading 44 degrees Fahrenheit. Corrected on-site, discarded. The person in charge said the diced chicken, hard boiled eggs, cheese and lettuce were set out in the morning and the temperatures were taken around 11 a.m. (less than four hours). Corrected on-site, eggs consumed during lunch and placed the chicken in a reach-in cooler. (Note: the temperature gauge on the make table was at five and the inspector turned it to nine; the unit read 41.5 degrees Fahrenheit.)

3-501.17(B) In a True reach-in cooler, there was an open bag of Lil’ Smokies and a container of whipped cream cheese without dates. The person in charge said the Lil’ Smokies were opened and frozen on Sept. 30. She then pulled them out to thaw on Oct. 25. She said the whipped cream cheese was opened on Oct. 22. Corrected on-site, dated.


7-207.11(B) In a cabinet, there was a bottle of Pepto Bismol being stored next to boxes of candy. Corrected on-site, discarded.

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I'm Rachel Hogan, news editor at the Collegian. I'm a sophomore in journalism from Olathe, Kansas. When I'm not at work in the newsroom, I like to spend my time taking naps, playing the cello and laughing with my friends.