Clinton County eateries inspected


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WILMINGTON — The following information is obtained from the Clinton County Health Department and is compiled from inspection reports.

Violations are either critical or non-critical. Critical violations are more likely to contribute to food contamination, illness or an environmental health hazard, including inadequate cooking of food items or poor personal hygiene.

For a more detailed description of critical and non-critical violations, or to file a public health or food safety complaint about a restaurant, contact the Clinton County Health Department by calling 937-382-7221.

The following restaurants or food service establishments were inspected recently and violations/comments include:

• Streber’s Market, 299 South St., New Vienna. March 31. Spoons found in closed containers of cole slaw and sandwich spread in walk-in cooler. Lowest shelf in walk-in cooler is not 6 inches above floor. Boxes of meat on floor in walk-in freezer. Bucket of raw chicken on floor in walk-in cooler. Information unavailable for White’s Bakery donuts for self-service. Qual test strips unavailable. Cold display inside unit had paint chipping/cracking on unit (cold salad display). Meat tenderizer/cuber equipment in walk-in cooler had coupling separating from unit. Produce hand sink had storage of scrubbers, etc. Light located in sandwich/hoagie warmer — is it shatter-resistant or food-rated bulb? Observed keys and lotion on prep table. Observed water on floor near hand sink in deli dept.

Critical: Several packaged foods for retail sale missing ingredient info/labels (peach cobbler, baked beans, beef & noodles, beef gravy, cheese and little sausages, cheese sticks and hoagies. Walk-in cooler air temperature elevated at one end (44°F). Date marks missing on creamer (machine) and sandwich spread. Can of spray pint found above meat prep counter. Bug spray and cleaner found above to-go containers.

Follow-up: April 28.

• Sabina Elementary School, 246 W. Washington St., Sabina. April 5. No violations at this time. Thank you.

• Wilmington Child Care, 1600 Alex Drive, Wilmington, April 5. Everything looks good.

• Brown’s Distribution, Main Street, Martinsville, April 5. Follow-up. There is mold growth/mildew on the walls and ceiling of the walk-in cooler. The walls and ceiling of the walk0in cooler are made of unfinished wood (pressboard). Violations corrected: 4.4 and 6.4. Thank you. New door installed in walk-in cooler. New tile floor installed in kitchen. Looks great!

• Family Dollar, 105 E.Main St., Clarksville. April 4. There are 5 nonworking lights in the 3-door reach-in True cooler and nonworking light in the 2-door reach-in True freezer, and 2 nonworking lights in the Coca-Cola reach-in cooler. There was no procedure posted for cleaning up vomiting/diarrhea.

• SSCC Patri-tots Learning Center, 1850 Davids Drive, Wilmington. April 5. Everything looks good.

• Wilmington High School Cafe., 300 Richardson Place, Wilmington. April 6. Large walk-in freezer has a broken seal around the door which is allowing condensation to form to form on walls by the door. The broken seal is also not allowing the door to close properly and/or tightly. (2nd Notice.)

Critical: Student eating behind the counter of the snack bar.

• Wilmington Middle School, 275 Thorne Ave., Wilmington. April 6. Critical: There was an employee beverage on the shelf of the walk-in cooler by the tuna salad and sliced turkey.

Large walk-in freezer has a broken seal around the door which is allowing condensation to form on the walls by the door. The broken seal is not allowing the door to close properly and seal properly.(2nd Notice.)

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