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Food inspections

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

The following is a list of food service inspections conducted by the Clay County Health Department for December 2009:

December 2009 Food Service Inspections:

* American Legion Post No. 2, 1013 S. Forest Ave., Brazil (one critical item: Potential cross contamination: raw chicken stored above vegetables in reach-in refrigerator/one non-critical item),

* American Legion Post No. 2, 1013 S. Forest Ave., Brazil (follow-up: Previous violations corrected),

* Simply Decadent Catering, 531 E. National Ave., Brazil (one non-critical item),

* Simply Decadent Catering, 531 E. National Ave., Brazil (follow-up: Previous violation corrected),

* Brazil Coffee Company, 533 E. National Ave., Brazil (one non-critical item),

* Brazil Coffee Company, 533 E. National Ave., Brazil (follow-up: Previous violation corrected),

* Little Caesar's Pizza, 1113 E. National Ave., Brazil (no violations),

* Casey's General Store, 491 E. United States 40, Brazil, Ind. (no violations),

* Casey's General Store, 930 W. National Ave., Brazil (no violations),

* Quick Pick Citgo South, 7996 N. State Road 59, Brazil (no violations),

* Clay City Elementary Cafeteria, 681 N. Lankford St., Clay City (no violations),

* Clay City Jr./Sr. High School Cafeteria, 601 Lankford St., Clay City (no violations),

* Eastside Elementary Cafeteria, 936 E. National Ave., Brazil (no violations),

* Forest Park Elementary Cafeteria, 800 S. Alabama St., Brazil (no violations),

* Jackson Township Elementary Cafeteria, 1860 E. CR 600 N., Brazil (no violations),

* Meridian Elementary Cafeteria, 410 N. Meridian St., Brazil (no violations),

* North Clay Middle School Cafeteria, 3 W. Knight Dr., Brazil (no violations),

* Northview High School Cafeteria, 1 Knight Dr., Brazil (no violations),

* Staunton Elementary Cafeteria, 690 N. CR 425 W., Staunton (no violations), and

* Van Buren Elementary Cafeteria, 2075 E. CR 1200 N., Brazil (no violations).


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Wow! Food inspections in Clay County. I thought they were a myth. I guess no one thinks we deserve monthly inspections.

-- Posted by My opinion counts on Thu, Jan 28, 2010, at 9:12 AM

Where is Mario's and Alamo and Subway and all the rest?

Yes it does matter to me, one can die from poorly stored foods and cross contaminations.

I thank the Health dept for their efforts, and appreciate the postings Brazil Times.

-- Posted by Pearl2083 on Thu, Jan 28, 2010, at 10:07 AM

If I am correct, which I may be wrong, the reason you may not see Mario's, Alamo, ect on here because to my understanding, places do not have to be checked each and every month. I think there is a schedule to go by. I don't think they are able to visit each and every facility each and every month.I could be wrong though ??

-- Posted by LittleSisSam on Thu, Jan 28, 2010, at 12:39 PM

i worked at rallys for 1 year and they was not checked the whole year and they hadnt been checked since at least 1999 and they would probably not pass if they was checked

-- Posted by minnie on Thu, Jan 28, 2010, at 3:26 PM

There have alway been food inspections in Clay County. There are no monthly inspections they have always been yearly. Maybe you should get all of the information before you start spouting off.

-- Posted by benna30 on Sat, Jan 30, 2010, at 8:24 AM

On 12/2/2009 was October's inspections and Mario's was isted. On 12/22/2009 was November's inspections. Now we have December's inspections. Every month the list of establishments that were inspected appears in the paper. Even the food trailers that were at the carnival, Popcorn Fest and Covered Bridge were visited by the inspectors and were listed. Yes, this is a monthly happening and is always in our huge newspaper. I just don't know how anybody could miss it! :)

The Alamo was just in the inspection list a couple of months ago for some kind of "construction" phase of the kitchen/food storage area and will probably get it again since they are open now.

Each facility that serves food/deli/whatever does not get inspected every month but on a rotating basis or need such as complaints, etc. So Minnie, unless you were at your place of employment every second they were open you probably just never knew they were there. It doesn't take long to look for specific things and take temperatures. I find it extremely difficult to believe that your place of employment "was not checked the whole year and they hadnt been checked since at least 1999".

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Mon, Feb 1, 2010, at 12:18 PM


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