The Jackson County Public Works/Environmental Health Division conducts inspections anywhere food is handled, prepared and served to the public for cities other than Independence. 

Blue Springs

Fun House Pizza Delivery, 1420 S. M-7 – On July 19, inspectors noticed dented cans on the shelves; corrected. 

Lee's Summit

Price Chopper Bakery, 1600 S.E. Blue Pkwy. – On July 20, a case of eggs was found on top of cases of raisins inside the walk-in cooler. 

Main Slice, 235 S.E. Main St. – On July 21, pink, brownish slime was found inside the ice machine; machine was emptied, cleaned and sanitized. The cook was observed handling sliced tomatoes with bare hands. 

American Garage, 1 S.E. 4th St. – On July 22, multiple fruit flies were observed in the bar area and under the 3-compartment sink in the bar, and multiple dead beetle-type bugs were observed throughout the kitchen, chemical storage, and bar area; re-inspection required. Eggs stored on the counter were 61 degrees; they had only been out for about 1 hours, so the manager was allowed to place them back into the cooler. Raw eggs and raw brats were stored above ready-to-eat foods; corrected. Raw hamburger was stored in a container that also held taco sauce and sour cream; corrected. Packages of raw meat in the cooler had been opened leaving the food exposed; discarded. 

Jazzy B's, 1803 N.E. Colbern Road – On July 25, an employee was observed engaging in food preparation immediately after arriving without washing hands. An employee was eating in the food prep area while preparing food. 

Temp Stop, 100 S.E. Todd George Pkwy. – On July 25, inspectors found unlabeled containers holding chemicals, and chemicals were stored above single-use ice bags 


Chipotle Mexican Grill, 9205 E. M-350 – On July 21, an employee was observed putting raw chicken on the grill, removing their gloves, and handling a pan of ready-to-eat food without washing their hands; the pan of food was discarded, and the inspector informed the employee on proper food handling. 

– Jillayne Ritchie