The Jackson County Environmental Health Division inspects sites where food is served outside Independence and Kansas City. Recent inspections results in Grain Valley include:

America’s Best Value Inn, 105 Sunny Lane Drive, inspected July 22. No violations recorded.

Casey’s General Store, 101 S. Buckner-Tarsney Road, inspected July 30.

• Boxes of food stored on the floor in the kitchen walk-in freezer. Ceiling vents in the kitchen area have accumulation of dust (Repeat). Walls and baseboards behind equipment in the kitchen area have accumulation of dried splatters/residue. Handles on the equipment in the kitchen area have accumulation of dried food/residue. Bottom shelf of the pizza condiment, reach-in has accumulation of food. Bottom shelves in the cabinets below the drink station storing cups and lids has accumulation of dried spills. The tray at the bottom of the bread oven has accumulation of residue. Missing ceiling tile in sandwich-making area of kitchen.

Sonic Drive In, 706 N. Main St., inspected Aug. 13.

• Cold, potentially hazardous foods were not held at 41 degrees F or below. Some of the foods held in the walk-in cooler were as follows: tomatoes, 55 degrees F; eggs, 51 degrees F; cheese, 52 degrees F. All out-of-temp foods were discarded. Re-inspection required.

• There was a strong odor in the front near the ice cream machine. Missing tiles appeared to be holding dirty liquid that may be the source of the odor. The floor drain near the front under the soda machine was sinking into the floor and holding a large amount of liquid and debris.