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.

Raytown

• Sonic Drive-In, 9014 E. M-350 – On March 16, the quat sanitizer was being mechanically dispensed at a very low concentration.

• Chipotle Mexican Grill, 9205 E. M-350 – On March 19, residue was observed in the nozzles on the soda machine.

• Classic Catering, 6631 Raytown Road – On March 20, food residue was observed on the clean slicer and the can opener blade.

• Edgewood Manor Center for Rehab and Healthcare, 11900 Jessica Lane – On March 21, the dish washing machine was not reading any sanitizer; re-inspection required.

• Hidden Lake Care Center, 11400 Hidden Lake Drive – On March 21, inspectors noticed a worn and torn spatula; corrected.

• Bickford House, 9110 E. 63rd St. – On March 23, the can opener had a build-up of food debris; corrected.

• Eclipse Bar & Grill, 6512 Raytown Road – On March 23, the can opener had a accumulation of food residue; corrected.

• Fiesta Azteca, 6640 Raytown Road – On March 23, inspectors noticed a worn and torn spatula; corrected.

• The Roc Café, 10500 E. M-350 – On March 28, clean utensils had dried food debris stuck to them; corrected.

• Fat Guyz Newz Room, 6020 Blue Ridge Blvd. – On April 3, the can opener had a build-up of food residue; corrected.

Lee's Summit

• John Knox Nutrition, 600 N.W. Pryor Road – On March 23, the mechanical dish machine heat did not reach sufficient temperature to sanitize dishes; maintenance was able to switch the machine to chemical (chlorine) sanitizing.

• The Coffee Shoppe, 510 N.W. Murray Road – On March 26, inspectors found a tray of food that was several days past its discard date; food was discarded.

• China Dragon J, 436 S.W. Ward Road – On March 26, the meat cutting board stored under the prep table had an accumulation of dry food build-up and food debris; corrected.

• Waffle House, 1699 N.E. Douglas St. – On March 27, the dish washer was not reaching the appropriate temperature to sanitize dishes; corrected.

• Mint Sushi, 1209 N.E. Rice Road – On March 28, inspectors found a couple of unlabeled chemical bottles; corrected.

• Jack in the Box, 951 N.E. Sam Walton Lane – On March 30, both microwaves had a build-up of food debris and clean dishes had red food residue on them above the 3-compartment sink; both violations were corrected.

• Lee's Summit Inn & Suites, 4825 N.E. Lakewood Way – On April 5, the can opener and microwave had a build-up of food residue; corrected.

• Our Lady of the Presentation Church/School, 150 N.W. Murray Road – On April 9, the chemical sanitizer being used in the 3-compartment sink was at 0ppm when tested; corrected.

• Paradise Park, 1021 N.E. Colbern Road – On April 9, the chemical sanitizer was reading at 0ppm in the dish washing machine; corrected, the bottle of chemicals had gone bad and needed changing.

• Pho La La, 44 N.E. Sycamore St. – On April 9, inspectors noticed cook chicken in the walk-in cooler was not dated label; corrected.

– Jillayne Ritchie