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.
• Benton House, 1730 N.W. Jefferson St. – On June 15, inspectors found containers of macaroni and cheese, potato salad and sliced tomatoes that were undated; corrected.
• Heart of God Fellowship – Breakfast Café – On June 10, the dish washer was dispensing sanitizer at a low concentration; corrected.
• Adair Park Concessions – North, 4410 Lee's Summit Road – On June 16, precooked hamburgers were held more than 7 days; discarded.
• Big Whiskey's, 860 N.W. Blue Pkwy. – On June 14, multiple coolers on the cooks line did not hold food at 41 degrees; all potentially hazardous food was discarded, re-inspection required. Food held on a roller cart in the walk-in cooler was not at 41 degrees; manager stated that the cart was used on the cooks line for less than 30 minutes and then placed into the walk-in cooler for 20 minutes. Manager will no longer use the roller cart to hold food at room temperature for any period of time.
• HuHot Mongolian Grill, 632 N.E. M-291 – On June 18, an employee drink without a lid was sitting on the rack of clean dishes; corrected.
• Lee's Summit Pointe Health & Rehabilitation, 1501 S.W. 3rd St. – On June 18, the microwave had an accumulation of residue on the inside of it; corrected. Raw beef and raw eggs were stored above ready-to-eat cake; corrected.
– Jillayne Ritchie