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.
• The Parkway Senior Living – Assisted Living, 550 N.E. Napoleon Drive – On Feb. 15, raw eggs were stored over raw beef and milk; corrected.
• Custard's Last Stand, 1950 N.W. M-7 – On Feb. 16, inspectors found small, unlabeled containers of a pest control solution used for fruit flies, and the sanitizer bucket was not labeled; both were corrected.
• Casey's General Store, 2900 N.W. M-7 – On Feb. 20, the soda nozzles on the fountain had a build-up of residue within them, and the microwave had a build-up of residue within it; both were corrected.
• Wing Stop, 481 N.E. Coronado Drive – On Feb. 20, the concentration of the quaternary ammonium sanitizer was being mechanically dispensed at a concentration less then 200 ppm; re-inspection required.
• Back Yard Burgers, 1900 N.W. M-7 – On Feb. 21, there were containers of food in the walk-in cooler held past their discard date; corrected, repeat violation.
• Bean Counter Cafe, 27610 E. Wyatt Road – On Feb. 21, the dish washer was not dispensing sanitizer at the correct concentration; corrected.
• Papa Murphy's, 2118 N.W. M-7 – On Feb. 21, multiple containers of food held past their discard date were found in the reach-in cooler underneath the counter; discarded by manager.
• Walmart Neighborhood Market, 1700 N.W. M-7 – On Feb. 21, inspectors found a few dented cans of food in the store aisles; dented cans were discarded.
• Daniel Young Elementary School, 505 S.E. Shamrock Lane – On Feb. 26, a large can of mandarin oranges had a big dent along the seam; discarded.
• Jack in the Box, 808 N. M-7 – On Feb. 26, several containers in the walk-in cooler that were prepped the morning of the inspection did not have a dates; corrected.
• James Lewis Elementary School, 717 N.W. Park Road – On Feb. 26, inspectors noticed a large live roach roaming underneath the hot holding equipment; re-inspection required.
• 54th Street Grill and Bar, 1307 S.W. M-7 – On Feb. 26, the dish machine was had no sanitizer; corrected. Inspectors noticed worn and cracked clear plastic containers and spatula.
• Blue Springs Country Club, 1600 N.W. Circle Drive – On Feb. 27, inspectors found an unlabeled bottle of blue solution; corrected. Containers of food held past their discard date were found in the walk-in cooler, and raw chicken was held in a container on a sheet pan that was also holding raw ground beef and its juices leaking onto the beef; both violations were corrected.
• Buckner Elementary School, 013 S. Sibley St. – On Feb. 14, the can opener had a build-up of residue on it; corrected.
• Thriftway, 012 E. Monroe St. – On Feb. 14, a bottle of chemical was stored directly above produce; corrected, repeat violation. One of the ambient air coolers was not keeping food at a cold enough temperature; manager discarded food into the Dumpster and poured bleach over it, re-inspection required.
• Casey's General Store, 200 E. Monroe St. – On Feb. 14, the microwave on the coffee station had a build-up of residue inside it, and the soft serve ice cream machine had a build-up of residue on the nozzles; both were corrected.
• Shell Foodmart, 10 S. Central St. – On Feb. 27, inspectors found an unlabeled spray bottle; corrected.
• Casey's General Store, 1111 Buckner-Tarsney Road – On Feb. 16, an unlabeled spray bottle of water was found on the sub prep table; corrected.
• Casey's General Store, 1251 AA Hwy. – On Feb. 21, the interior of the clean bowl of the stand mixer had dry food debris on it; corrected. Can with dents on the rim were stored on the food rack; discarded.
• Price Chopper/Kitchen /Deli/Salad Bar, 1191 N.E. McQuerry Road – On Feb. 27, containers of ready-to-eat foods were held multiple days past their discard date; discarded. The hot food case was not holding foods at 135 degrees or above; an equipment repair person was on-site and correct the problem.
• Shelterwood School, 3205 N. Twyman Road – On Feb. 27, the walk-in cooler was reading at a temperature of 55 degrees, and the sanitizer dispenser was not dispensing at a concentration high enough for quaternary ammonium; re-inspection required for both.
• T-Bones Deli and Meat Market, 27900 E. Colbern Road – On Feb. 28, the make table cooler next to the dish washing machine was out of temperature; food was discarded and chemical was poured over it. The large meat display cooler was out of temperature; re-inspection required. Meat slicing equipment had a build-up of residue and debris within them; corrected.
• Waffle House, 1699 N.E. Douglas St. – On Feb. 14, stored raw eggs were out of date and time; discarded.
• KFC, 300 N.E. Rice Road – On Feb. 15, an employee was about to sanitize a wet sifting pan that had not been cleaned properly with a cloth from a sanitizer bucket; corrected through discussion.
• McDonald's, 900 N.E. Langsford Road – On Feb. 15, one of the microwaves had an accumulation of residue within it; corrected.
• Hardees, 1100 S.W. 3rd St. – On Feb. 16, the soda nozzles in the drive thru and the lobby were dirty.
• Hy-Vee Gas, 1201 S.W. 3rd St. – On Feb. 16, the soda nozzles were dirty; corrected.
• Hope House, P.O. Box 577 – On Feb. 22, a couple of containers of food were held past their discard date in the cooler; discarded.
• 54th Street Grill and Bar, 815 S.E. 3rd St. – On Feb. 26, the chlorine sanitizer in the dish washer was not dispensing at the proper concentration; corrected.
– Jillayne Ritchie