Food inspections – News – Salina Journal

Each week, the Salina Journal publishes a list of violations noted in food inspections conducted by the Kansas Department of Agriculture in Saline County.

Sandstone Saloon, 102 E. Anderson: Nov. 3

• Spray bottles of various chemicals have nozzles aimed at boxes of single service items on food prep shelf. Moved chemicals.

Kansas Wesleyan Dining Services, 100 E. Claflin: Nov. 6

• Raw chicken on shelf above raw beef in walk-in cooler. Moved chicken.

• Diced tomatoes in salad reach-in cooler not dated when cut. Dated.

• Open box of cream cheese not dated when opened. Dated.

• Area and arms of mixer above clean mixing bowl on both large and small mixers have accumulation of dried-on food debris. Cleaned.

Doggfather’s Pizzeria, 2259 S. Ninth: Nov. 6

• Raw shell eggs on shelf above cases of ready-to-eat cheese in walk-in cooler. Moved eggs.

• Raw beer brauts on shelf above cooked Italian sausage in walk-in cooler. Moved brauts.

• Butter blend on top of oven is not cold enough. Moved to walk-in cooler to quick chill.

• No written procedure for using time as public health control for pizza. Created policy.

• Pizza not marked with time removed from temperature control. Marked.

Value Inn & Suites, 1640 W. Crawford: Nov. 6

• Case of single-use cups directly on floor of storage room.

• Three-vat warewashing sink is covered in stains and mold.

• No chlorine sanitizer test strips available for sanitizing ice buckets between guests.

• Spray bottles of green, pink and yellow liquids on housekeeping cart not labeled with common names.

• Ice buckets cleaned in room not sanitized. Educated to clean and sanitize.

Hilton Garden Inn, 3320 S. Ninth: Nov. 8

• No violations.

Subway, 1014 E. Crawford: Nov. 8

• Meatballs inside steam table not hot enough. Reheated.

• Blue bucket of white crystal chunks on chemical storage shelf not labeled with common name. Labeled “ice melt.”

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