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Derby Complex

KSU

Date: March 22, 2016

Reason: Regular

KDA_6_50111 There are 12 water-stained ceiling tiles in the “Swamp” storage room. There is also one ceiling tile missing. There are three ceiling tiles missing near the Asian steam well. There are also five water-stained ceiling tiles in this area. (Note: the roof is being repaired.)

KDA_7_10211 In the bakery area on a lower shelf, there were two working spray bottles with liquids in them and not labeled. An employee said the purple liquid was Power of 7 (all purpose cleaner) and the clear liquid was Power of 7 diluted. Corrected on site, labeled both bottles. In the ware-wash area, there was a tan, plastic container with blue liquid in it and not labeled. An employee said it was Dip-It (coffee and tea destainer). Corrected on site, labeled the container.

KDA_4_50111A There is ice accumulation in the walk-in freezer located in the basement.

KDA_4_50111B The Traulsen reach-in cooler located at the G serving line middle top door gasket is torn.

KDA_4_70211 The mechanical dish machine for large kitchen utensils (pots, pans, etc.) was in use. It utilizes hot water for sanitization and it measured at 144.5 F. KDA 61 ran the machine twice and it still had the same reading. Corrected on site, set up the sanitizing compartment. (Note: Work order issued for the mechanical dish machine.)

KDA_3_50116A1 At the F serving line on the steam well, there was a chicken breast at 122.8 F. It was placed on there at 10:30 a.m. and tempted around 10:49 a.m. (less than four hours). Corrected on site, started the cooling down process to shred. Also on the steam well, there was a hot dog at 134.4 F (placed out at the same time). Corrected on site, reheated and adjusted the temperature gauge.

KDA_4_60111A In a utensil drawer in the bakery area, there were two metal scoops with dried food debris on them and stored clean. Corrected on site, moved to the ware-wash area. On a utensil rack near the office, there were two tan, plastic food-grade containers with tape left on them and stored clean. Corrected on site, removed the containers. At the salad-prep area in the knife holder, there was one knife with dried food debris on the blade and stored clean. Also in the salad-prep area in a utensil drawer, there were six, round plastic lids with labels and sticky residue left on them and stored clean. There was also one plastic food-grade container with the original plastic wrap along the edges and stored clean. Corrected on site, using these items as examples to show employees. At the C-D serving line in a utensil drawer, there were two metal spoons with dried food debris on them and stored clean. There was also one metal tong with dried food debris on the food contact surface and stored clean. There was one knife with dried food debris on the blade and stored clean. Corrected on site, moved these items to the dirty dish bins. At the A-B serving line in a utensil drawer, there was one black plastic spatula with dried food debris on the food-contact surface and stored clean. Above the steam well, there was also a metal tong with dried food debris on the food contact surface and stored clean. Corrected on site, moved the items to a dirty dish bin. At the C-D serving line in a utensil drawer, there was one metal scoop with dried food debris on it and stored clean. Corrected on site, moved to a dirty dish bin. At the F serving line on a utensil rack, there was a metal pan with tape left on the edge and stored clean. Corrected on site, removed the tape and pan. In the dry food storage area on a utensil rack, there were two lids with label residue left on them and stored clean. There was also one plastic food-grade container with tape left on it and stored clean. Corrected on site, discarded.

KDA_4_20211A2 On a utensil rack near the C-D serving line, there was one tan, plastic tong with melted edges. Corrected on site, discarded. In a utensil drawer located at the B Serving line (Asian), there were three black plastic spatulas that were melted and porous. Corrected on site, discarded. In a utensil drawer located at the C-D serving line, there were two rubber spatulas that had cracks on the edges. Corrected on site, pulled to trim smooth. On a utensil rack at the salad-prep area, there was one black, plastic food-grade container with a crack on the edge. Corrected on site, pulled to show as an example. On the utensil rack near the office, there was one clear, plastic food-grade tray with a crack on the bottom. Corrected on site, pulled to show as an example. In the vegetable-prep room on a utensil rack, there were two large plastic lids with cracked edges and four large plastic lids with rough broken edges. Corrected on site, discarded.

KDA_3_30412B In the oats bin, there was a metal scoop handle in direct contact with the oats. Corrected on site, placed handle upward.

KDA_3_50116A2 At the F serving line in the Traulsen reach-in cooler, there were containers of sliced pepperonis at 49.3 F, 46.3 F, 50.9 F, 49 F, 46.1 F and 48.3 F. There were containers of diced ham at 51.5 F and 54.7 F. There were containers of pre-cooked diced chicken at 45.3 F and 54 F. There was a container of shredded cheese at 49.1 F. There was a container of sliced tomatoes at 52.9 F and a container of ready-to-eat ground sausage at 56.2 F. The items have been stored in the unit since March 21. The ambient air temperature of the unit was reading 38.8 F. An employee had the rack of food out at room temperature for about 30 minutes before placing it back in the reach-in cooler. Employees have also opened and closed the doors to restock product. Corrected on site, discarded the items. At the D serving line on an ice bath, there was sliced cheese at 44.5 F. The ice only touched the bottom of the container. It was placed out around 10:45 a.m. and tempted around 11:05 a.m. (less than four hours). Corrected on site, consumed quickly for lunch rush. (Note: Lunch is served from 10:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.) At the C line on an ice bath, there were sliced tomatoes at 47.6 F. The tomatoes were prepped earlier this morning between 7-8 a.m. and were tempted around 11 a.m. (about three hours). Corrected on site, discarded. (Note: not able to cool down to 41 F before serving.)

KDA_3_30414B1 At the salad-prep area, the wiping cloth was hanging on the side of the sanitizer bucket. Corrected on site, placed the cloth in the solution.

KDA_4_60213 There is mold on the door gaskets on several reach-in cooler doors.

Kappa Alpha Theta

1517 McCain Lane

Date: March 21, 2016

Reason: Follow-up

KDA_4_60111A On the utensil shelf, there was one plastic, one-sixth food-grade container with sticky residue left on the side and stored clean. Corrected on site, moved to the ware-wash area. (Note: one out of 50-plus containers, less than 10 percent.)

Alpha Zeta of Alpha Gamma Rho

1919 Platt

Date: March 24, 2016

Reason: Regular

2-301.14(E) One of the house boys was washing dishes and handled soiled dishes with his bare hands and then continued to handle clean dishes without washing his hands. Corrected on site, educated about washing his hands when changing tasks. Washed his hands.

KDA_4_20211A2 On a hook above the large metal food-prep table, there were two plastic spatulas with melted and porous edges. Corrected on site, discarded.

KDA_5_40211 There was a metal strainer with black beans being stored in a sink and was below the flood rim and the sink is directly plumbed. Corrected on site, placed above the flood rim.

KDA_6_50112A There is mold on the baseboard below the dish machine. There is mold on the caulking seal by the dish machine. There is food debris inside of the cabinet drawers and on the cabinet doors in the dining area. (Note: They plan on fixing the issues this summer.)

KDA_3_30211A1a In the True reach-in cooler (located in the kitchen), there was an open carton of raw, hard-shell eggs being stored directly above ready-to-eat shredded lettuce, pickles and sliced tomatoes. Corrected on site, removed the eggs.

KDA_4_60111A The large mixer had dried food debris on the metal splash guard and was not used today. Corrected on site, cleaned. The large meat slicer had dried food debris in between the crevices of the blade and frame. It was not used today. Corrected on site, cleaned. On a hook above the large metal prep table, there were two black, plastic spatulas with dried food debris on the food contact surfaces and stored clean. Corrected on site, discarded. On a lower shelf, there were two plastic food-grade Rubbermaid containers with labels left on the outside and stacked clean (can hold bacteria). Corrected on site, moved to the ware-wash area.

KDA_4_90311B On the utensil rack to the left of the ice machine, there were two large metal food-grade pans stacked wet, clean and not able to properly air dry. They were just washed. Corrected on site, separated. On a utensil rack, there were two metal and one plastic strainers facing upwards and not covered. Corrected on site, inverted.

KDA_6_20215A3 There is a one-fourth inch gap at the bottom of the side exit door. This could allow the entrance of pests.

KDA_6_50111 The wall by the fryer is chipped and peeling. The wall in the ware-wash area is chipped and peeling. (Note: They plan on fixing the issues this summer.)

KDA_4_60212B The Panasonic microwave in the kitchen has dried food debris on the ceiling walls inside.

3-302.11(A)(2) In the True reach-in cooler (located in the kitchen), there was a metal food-grade pan of raw chicken being stored directly on top of rolls of raw ground beef. Corrected on site, removed the chicken.

KDA_3_30211A1b In the True reach-in cooler (located in the kitchen), there was an open carton of raw hard-shell eggs being stored directly above ready-to-eat shredded cheese. Corrected on site, removed the eggs. There were packages of ready-to-eat hard-boiled eggs being stored directly on top of an open carton of raw hard-shell eggs. Corrected on site, removed the ready-to-eat hard-boiled eggs. There were open cartons of raw hard-shell eggs being stored directly next to a metal food-grade pan of ready to eat pea pasta. Corrected on site, rearranged the items.

KDA_5_20511A There were two large plastic serving trays being stored directly on the hand-washing sink located in the ware-wash area. Corrected on site, removed the trays.

KDA_7_20111A On a counter, there was a working spray bottle of Lysol being stored next to a strainer of black beans, which were being stored in a sink. Corrected on site, removed the chemical.

KDA_6_30112 There were no disposable paper towels at the hand sink in the ware-wash area and there were no disposable paper towels at the hand sink located in the kitchen. Corrected on site, placed paper towels at both hand sinks.

4-302.14 The facility needs chlorine test strips.

KDA_3_50118A2 In the True reach-in cooler (located in the kitchen), there was a metal food-grade pan of shredded lettuce and sliced tomatoes without a date. The person in charge said they were opened on March 21. Corrected on site, date-marked the item. In the True reach-in cooler (located in the storage room), there was a metal food-grade pan of potato salad (made on site) without a date. The person in charge said it was made on March 21. There was also a metal food-grade container of sloppy Joes (made on site) without a date. The person in charge said it was made on March 22. Corrected on site, date-marked both items.

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Jason Tidd graduated from Kansas State University's Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communication in May 2017. He was the spring 2017 editor-in-chief, fall 2016 news editor and spring 2016 assistant news editor. While at K-State, Jason played baritone in the Pride of Wildcat Land marching band.