Health inspection reports for Huron County eateries are released

The health department inspection reports for Huron County food establishments in October 2012 have been released.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Dec 11, 2012

 

The following Huron County food establishments received no violations during October 2012 inspections by the health department:

Burger King; 711 W. Main St., Bellevue; operator, Carrols LLC (Oct. 3, regular inspection) -- No violations. Inspector's comments: Facility is in good working order!

Burger King; 283 Benedict Ave., Norwalk; operator, Melmont II Enterprises (Oct. 3, regular inspection) -- No violations.

Twilight Gardens Healthcare Group, Inc.; 196 W. Main St., Norwalk; operator, Twilight Gardens Healthcare Group, Inc. (Oct. 3, regular inspection) -- No violations. Inspector's comments: Great job. Facility is under new management and significantly improved.

Friendship Food Store; 64 East Main St., Wakeman; operator, Beck Suppliers, Inc. (Oct. 5, other) -- No violations. Inspector's comments: Person in charge called and left a message that cooler was repaired and is working properly and temperatures were below 41 degrees F.

Smith's Country Counter of Norwalk, Inc.; 3675 Lehigh Road, Norwalk; operator, Smith's Country Counter of Norwalk, Inc. (Oct. 5, follow-up inspection) -- No violations. Inspector's comments: All cold holding time/temperature controlled for safety (TCS) foods were being maintained at 41 degrees F and below.

Kenilee Lanes; 14-16 E. Seminary St., Norwalk; operator, Kenilee Lanes (Oct. 9, regular inspection) -- No violations. Inspector's comments: Facility is clean and in good working condition.

The Bellevue Hospital; 1400 W. Main St., Bellevue; operator, The Bellevue Hospital (Oct. 10, regular inspection) -- No violations. Inspector's comments: Facility is in good working order!

Uncle Dudley's Catering; 101 Myrtle Ave., Rear, Willard; operator, Tom Leis (Oct. 10, regular inspection) -- No violations.

Mike's Gyro Hut; 48 A Benedict Ave., Norwalk; operator, Mike Cantu (Oct. 11, regular inspection) -- Inspector's comments: Facility is out of business.

C Stop, Inc.; 2761 U.S. 20, East, Collins; operator, C Stop, Inc. (Oct. 12, regular inspection) -- No violations. Inspector's comments: Facility is clean and in good working condition.

Jo & Ed's Carry Out; 155 Whittlesey Ave., Norwalk; operator, Jo & Ed's Carry Out, Inc. (Oct. 15, regular inspection) -- No violations.

Dollar Tree; 101 Plank Road Unit 3, Norwalk; operator, Dollar Tree Stores, Inc., (Oct. 17, regular inspection) -- No violations. Inspector's comments: Facility is clean and in good working condition.

Family Dollar Stores of Ohio; 403 Walton Ave., Willard; operator, Family Dollar Stores, (Oct. 18, regular inspection) -- No violations.

Haar Five Point Marathon; 200 Castalia St., Bellevue; operator, Philip P. Haar (Oct. 18, regular inspection) -- No violations.

Fontana's Italian Eatery; 126 East Main St., Bellevue; (Oct. 26, follow-up inspection) -- Inspector's comments: Food was properly date labeled. Sauce and meatballs were held above 135 degrees F.

Care Works, Inc.; 18 Old State Road, Norwalk; operator, Kenneth Munns (Oct. 29, regular inspection) -- No violations.

Green Witch Suds & Sundaes; 13 E. Main St., Greenwich; operator, Michael and Darlene Meehan (Oct. 29, regular inspection) -- No violations. Inspector's comments: Facility is clean to sight and touch.

Sheri's Coffee House; 27 Whittlesey Ave., Norwalk; operator, Sheri's Coffee House (Oct. 29, regular inspection) -- No violations. Inspector's comments: Facility is very clean and in good working condition.

Subway; 355 Milan Ave., Norwalk; operator, Subway Sandwiches & Salads (Oct. 29, regular inspection) -- No violations.

Missler's IGA; 121 Blossom Center Blvd., Willard; operator, J. Missler's Inc. (Oct. 30, follow-up inspection) -- Inspector's comments: Cold holding temperatures are now at 41 degrees F and below. Recommend taking temperatures and keeping temperature logs of food items in these cases. No further follow-up inspections.

 

NOTE: To see the list of food establishments that received violations and read the inspector's comments, pick up a copy of Tuesday's Norwalk Reflector or log onto the e-paper.

Comments

TOPGUN01

SO GLAD IT,S BIENG SAVED!I WOULD LIKE TO SEE THEM DO FREE MOVES LIKE THEY DID BACK IN THE 60,S ALL THE STORES GIVE OUT TICKETS TO GO AND EVERY BODY GAINED!

dswwtp

@topgun - wrong article

starryeyes83

HUH? the sandwich is being saved? Good , I guess.

LOL!

44846GWP

Looking in the paper, Gardners Super Valu needs to get its act together!

hit the road jack

I don't know who the health inspector in Huron County is but man,they sure do like to rip these business's a new one now.