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 Jackson County Public Works/Environmental Health Division conducts inspections anywhere food is handled, prepared and served to the public for cities other than Independence.

Blue Springs

Sports City, 425 N.E. Mock Ave. – On April 14, inspectors found a jug of grill cleaner stored on counter next to food contact utensils. Abated during inspection. Valero, 1801 N. Missouri 7 – On April 14, inspectors found no working hand sink. Repair to full function. Bua Thai, 732 N. Missouri 7 – On April 14, inspectors found the cook eating in the kitchen, and drinking from container without lid and straw. Abated during inspection. Pancho’s Mexican Food, 802A W. U.S. 40 – On April 15, inspectors found the cook putting on gloves without prior hand washing. Abated during inspection. Blue Springs Nutrition, 1352 N.W. Missouri 7 – On April 16, inspectors found spray bottles stored on top of ice machine. Abated during inspection.  Pizza Street, 2003 N.W. Missouri 7, On April 16, inspectors found a partially consumed meal in rear prep area, partially eaten fruit and drink without lid. Abated during inspection.


Buckner

 Red Dawg Saloon, 315 S. Hudson – On April 17, inspectors found raw chicken stored above ready to eat foods in kitchen reach-in refrigerator. Corrected.


Lee’s Summit

Cupini’s, 601 N.E. Woods Chapel Road – On April 16, inspectors found raw eggs stored on a shelf above produce in walk-in refrigerator, and bottles of cleaner and hydrogen peroxide were stored on shelves with single service items and food, both were corrected. Inspectors also observed mouse droppings on the floors and on various pieces of equipment.


Raytown

Los Compas, 9055 E. Missouri 350 – On April 14, inspectors found an employees drink in kitchen with no lid, and a chemical spray bottled was not labeled, both were corrected.


Sugar Creek

 Piggy’s Market, 10514 E. U.S. 24 – On April 15, inspectors found two soup cans with dents around the seal. Discarded.