Health inspection reports for Huron County eateries are released

Health department reports for November released.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Dec 26, 2013

 

The health department inspection reports for Huron County food establishments in November have been released.

The following food establishments received no violations:

Blue Ribbon Catering; 50 Prospect St., Norwalk; Nov. 1, complaint inspection -- No violations.

Mickey Mart; 331 Milan Ave., Norwalk; Nov. 1, follow-up inspection -- Inspector's comments: At time of follow-up inspection, facility rearranged cooler around to place all time temperature controlled for safety (TCS) foods in the middle of the cooler instead of the warmest part of the cooler (by the door). Facility did place cups of water on the empty shelf for sanitarian to take temperatures from. The milk that was within temperature during the standard inspection is in the backside of the cooler still at 38 degrees F. The cups of water were placed on four shelves representing the shelves proposed to place the milk on. Temperatures of the water were taken at each shelf and are as follows (left cup to right cup): shelf one 35.6 and 35.3 degrees F; second shelf 36.5 degrees F; third shelf 34.0 and 36.7 degrees F; skip fourth shelf; and fifth shelf 31.3 and 32.3 degrees F. At this time, facility is permitted to place milk on approved shelves for self service. Highly recommend that employees take temperatures of cold holding TCS foods when delivered and every two to four hours during the day to properly monitor. Recommend that the temperatures are recorded in a log. Facility will need to purchase a thin tipped thermometer for this activity. Will send facility a temperature log.

Blue Ribbon Catering; 50 Prospect St., Norwalk; Nov. 4, follow-up inspection -- No violations.

The Carriage House of FTMC; 175 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk; Nov. 6, standard inspection -- No violations.

Senior Enrichment Services; 130 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk; Nov. 6, standard inspection -- No violations.

American Legion Post 547; 8 S. Main St., Monroeville; Nov. 12, follow-up inspection -- Inspector's comments: Refrigerator in bar area was holding a temperature of 39 degrees F. Facility can store TCS foods in the fridge. Facility has put a thermometer in refrigerator so that temperature can be easily monitored. Critical violation was corrected - thank you!

The Child Nest DayCare; 28 River St., Wakeman; Nov. 12, standard inspection -- No violations. Inspector's comments: Facility is clean and in excellent working condition.

Lyn Marie's Coffee On Main, Ltd.; 2 N. Main St., Monroeville; Nov. 12, follow-up inspection -- Inspector's comments: Ice machine was cleaned and filter was replaced - thank you!

Glass Bar; 45 E. Main St., Norwalk; Nov. 15, standard inspection -- No violations.

Hy-Miler; 110 Townsend Ave., Norwalk; Nov. 15. standard inspection -- No violations.

Rich Oil; 153 Benedict Ave., Norwalk; Nov. 15; standard inspection -- No violations.

McDonald's of New London; 31 W. Main St., New London; Nov. 19, standard inspection -- No violations.

Fitchville Mart, Inc.; 1596 U.S. 250, New London; Nov. 20, follow-up inspection -- Inspector's comments: At time of follow-up inspection, sanitarian took temperatures of nine cups of water placed in the deli cooler. Cups of water were holding an internal temperature of 31.6 degrees F. Spoke with the owner who turned down the temperature setting of the cooler. Violation is corrected, facility may place TCS foods back in the cooler.

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.