The following are summaries of state of Ohio standard inspection reports on file from the Greene County Combined Health District, from the week of May 23-27. District information is available online at www.gcchd.org/inspections.
237 Xenia Ave., Yellow Springs
Date of inspection: May 23
Violations: Found the wall near the front hand sink, and behind the 3 compartment sink damaged. Found floor in restroom damaged. Found damaged ceiling tile above front counter line.
Found metal shelving units with peeling paint.
Found the wire shelving units in need of cleaning. Found the interior of the True freezer in need of cleaning. Found the white shelving units holding various cheeses in the walk in, in need of cleaning.
Found unlabeled storage containers and squeeze bottles. Additionally, found an unlabeled product in the sales freezer near the front of the store.
Found unprotected mixing bowl.
Found multiple food items cooked, and no person left in charge to check temperatures to ensure foods were cooled properly (corrected).
Found multiple food storage containers in the walk in with no date marking. Additionally, found items marked for longer than 7 days. When date marking, preparation day counts as day one (discarded undated products, date corrected on products marked incorrectly).
Found employee drinks stored adjacent and above food and food contact surfaces (corrected).
Found chemicals stored adjacent to food and food contact surfaces are storage shelf near hand sink, and storage shelf near chalk board (corrected).
Found spoon handle stored in rice.
Found a new, non commercial microwave in use. Remove this piece of equipment from service, and from the facility. If it is replaced, it must be replaced with a commercial microwave.
Comments: All critical violations must be corrected today and maintained corrected. All other violations must be corrected before next inspection.
Left updated handouts. Reviewed new food code rules.
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