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Food Service Inspections

Friday, June 29, 2012

The following is a list of food service inspections conducted by the Clay County Health Department for May 2012:

May 2012 Food Service Inspections

* Sunrise Family Restaurant, 528 E. National Ave., Brazil (two non-critical violations),

* Brazil Coffee Grounds, 1115 E. National Ave., Brazil (two non-critical violations),

* Speedway Convenience No. 8022, 2030 E. National Ave., Brazil (one non-critical violation),

* Clay County Justice Center, 611 E. Jackson St., Brazil (no violations at time of inspection),

* Frances Dean (Farmer's Market), 115 W. National Ave., Brazil (one critical violation: No food handler gloves in use),

* Tony and Lee Lewis (Farmer's Market), 115 W. National Ave., Brazil (no violations at time of inspection),

* Rock for Brazil (Farmer's Market), 115 W. National Ave., Brazil (one critical violation: Refrigerated condiments stored at room temperature),

* Jackson Township Elementary School, 1860 E. CR 600 N., Brazil (no violations at time of inspection),

* Forest Park Elementary School, 800 S. Alabama St., Brazil (no violations at time of inspection),

* Van Buren Elementary School, 207 E. CR 1200 N., Brazil (no violations at time of inspection),

* East Side Elementary School, 936 E. National Ave., Brazil (no violations at time of inspection),

* Meridian Elementary School, 410 N. Meridian St., Brazil (no violations at time of inspection),

* Clay City Elementary School, 681 N. Lankford St., Clay City (no violations at time of inspection),

* Clay City High School, 601 N. Lankford St., Clay City (no violations at time of inspection),

* Staunton Elementary School, 690 N. CR 425 W., Staunton (no violations at time of inspection),

* Northview High School, 1 Knight Dr., Brazil (no violations at time of inspection), and

* North Clay Middle School, 3 Knight Dr., Brazil (no violations at time of inspection).


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Amazing how much cleaner the Clay County food places are than Vigo County.. Vigo places get written up for Mold, Dirty Dishes, Improper Food Temps etc.

Clay Restaurants never have these problems.. Amazing..

-- Posted by JIM NEWMAN on Sat, Jun 30, 2012, at 7:53 PM


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