The Jackson County Environmental Health Division inspects sites where food is served outside independence and Kansas City. Recent inspection results in Blue Springs include:

Goodcents Deli, 1618 S. Missouri 7, inspected Oct. 9.

• The dumpsters were overflowing with trash, resulting in multiple bags of trash and stacks of cardboard to pile up outside the dumpster.

McDonald’s, 814 N. Missouri 7, inspected Oct. 9.

• Multiple items in the walk-in cooler not dated; the items included folded eggs, burrito mix, dehydrated onions. Corrected on site.

• No handwashing signs at the handwashing stations in the kitchen or in the restroom. Corrected on site.

India Mix Grill, 1214 N.W. Missouri 7, inspected Oct. 9.

• The interior of the microwave had stuck on dry food debris. Corrected on site.

• Broken and missing ceiling tiles in the kitchen. Repeat.

• A chemical bottle was not labeled. Corrected on site.

• Multiple items stored inside the walk-in cooler and the reach-in coolers that were not covered.

Voy Spears Jr. Elementary School, 201 N.E. Anderson Drive, inspected Oct. 9. No violations found.

Jack in the Box, 808 N. Missouri 7, inspected Oct. 10.

• There was an employee drink with no lid or straw on the prep table. Corrected on site.

• The holding cabinets for food had an accumulation of dry food debris and grease buildup.

• The wall behind the three-compartment sink had an accumulation of black and other discolored buildup.

Kneaders Bakery and Cafe, 800 N.E. Coronado Drive, inspected Oct. 10.

• The make table reach-in cooler has a torn gasket.

• There were several packages of soups that were thawing inside the walk-in cooler with no dates to determine when they were pulled from freezer or the discard dates. Corrected on site.

Dairy Queen, 1900 S. Missouri 7, inspected Oct. 10. No violations found.

Royal Biscuit, 1428 W. US 40, inspected Oct. 10. No violations found.

La Quinta Inn & Suites, 3402 N.W. Jefferson, inspected Oct. 11. No violations found.

Shangri-la Rehab & Living Center, 930 N.E. Duncan Road, inspected Oct. 11.

• The interior of the microwave had an accumulation of dried food debris. Corrected on site.

• There were multiple items in the walk-in cooler not dated such as several packages of lunch meat and a container of shredded cheese. There was also a container of fruit salad with no date and appeared to be moldy. All items except the fruit salad were pulled the day of 10/9/19, manage labeled those two items with the discard date. The fruit salad was discarded. Corrected on site.

• Multiple foods stored in the walk-in cooler that was past its discard date. Manager discarded all foods that were past the discard date. Corrected on site.

• The racks on the shelves inside the walk-in cooler had a buildup of dust and dry food debris. Repeat.

•The trays that were being used to hold and store food on the shelves in the walk-in cooler were dirty with dry food debris and liquid spills.

Vesper Hall, 400 N.W. Vesper St., inspected Oct. 11.

• The interior of the microwave had an accumulation of dried food debris. Corrected on site.

Adams Pointe Conference Center, 14000 N.E. Coronado Drive, inspected Oct. 11.

• The interior of the microwave had an accumulation of dried food debris. Corrected on site.

James Lewis Elementary School, 717 N.W. Park Road, inspected Oct. 11. No violations found.

Adams Pointe Golf Club, 1601 N.E. R.D. Mize Road, inspected Oct. 11.

• There were containers of food in the walk-in cooler not dated. Corrected on site.

Thailand Restaurant, 719B N.W. Missouri 7, inspected Oct. 11.

• The top of the microwave had an accumulation of food debris and residue. Corrected on site.

• The utensil used for serving rice was left in a container of water at room temp (70 degrees).

• An open can of pineapple chunks was stored in the reach-in cooler without a date to determine when the item should be discarded. Corrected on site.

• A bag of soda caused a large spill in the back corner of the dry storage room and it was not previously known by employees.