Jackson County Health Department retail food establishment inspections for March 2022 were recently released.
Critical violations are defined as a provision of Sanitation Requirements for Retail Food Establishments, Title 410 IAC 7-24, which, if found to be non-compliant, is more likely than other violations to contribute significantly to the food contamination, disease or environmental health hazard. Example: hot foods not held at 135°F or hotter, cold foods not held at 41°F or less, or food contact surfaces are contaminated.
Non-critical violations are provisions of the Sanitation Requirements for Retail Food Establishments, Title 410 IAC 7-24, which, if not in compliance, are not likely to contribute significantly to food contamination, disease or environmental health risks, but are areas of concern. Examples: Do not leave hair ties or mop in a mop bucket rather than letting them air dry.
Repeat violations are issued when a follow-up inspection reveals that a previous problem has not been corrected and the establishment continues to be non-compliant and unsafe.
Boogie and Frankenburger Bells, 1101A W. Commerce St. Brownstown
Installation approved to open
Uniontown Petroleum, 11786 E. State Road 250, Crothersville
4 not critical (toilet door should close automatically, ceiling tiles missing above chillers, insulation hanging down, several floor tiles missing)
Patriot Pizza, 206 Cindy Lane, Crothersville
Approved for mobile operations
Taco Mix, 205 N. O’Brien St., Seymour
10 serious violations (cooking food for a restaurant in a garage across the aisle, employees not washing their hands properly, serving adulterated food, obtaining food from an unapproved source, several pans of potentially hazardous food stored without date tags, meat saw has accumulation of dried meat, several clean dishes found soiled, hand washing sink inaccessible, chemical bottles not labeled, unpackaged fish and shrimp found adulterated in the freezer and not completely frozen)
9 non-critical violations (several products not stored 6 inches off the floor, bowl used to scoop beans does not prevent contamination, freezers need to be defrosted and doors do not close, mold is growing on the ceiling near the air vents, soap not available at sink, no paper towels at hand basin, cove molding falling from wall/electric wires hanging from ceiling, facility needs to be cleaned more frequently , no operating plans for the cold room which is off-site)
Denny’s Grocery, 4727 W. State Road 58, Freetown
sergeant. Rick’s American Grill, 1940 E. 6661 Union St., Freetown
No violations. Facility approved to reopen after automatic winter shutdown.
Dollar General No. 20580, 6705 N. State Road 135, Freetown
Circle K No. 2232, 612 E. Oak St., Seymour
Burger King, 1941 E. Tipton Street, Seymour
Cortland Diner, 6528 N. County Road 400E, Seymour
CVS Pharmacy No. 6756, 201 E. Tipton St., Seymour
Big Lots No. 256, 2000 E. Tipton St., Seymour
1 review (evidence of rodent activity found on shelves)
1 non-critical (premises should be cleaned more frequently)
JayC Food Store No. 93, 1541 E. Tipton St., Seymour
3 non-critical (leak on mop sink in rear area, exhaust hood should be cleaned more frequently, paper towels should be near hand washing sink at all times)
Walgreens #11454, 319 E. Tipton St., Seymour
Dollar General No. 2844, 1236 E. Tipton St., Seymour
2 non-critical (large space under rear entrance door, premises should be cleaned more frequently)
Dollar General No. 21532, 113 S. Broadway St, Seymour
1 critical (bagged waste stored in toilets, creating a refuge area for pests)
2 non-critical (trash overflows into employee rest area, dumpster overflows)
Shady Patch Farm LLC, 2014 Quarry Road, Salem
Approved for one-day food operation at Day’s Auction
Sati Babi Inc., PO Box 2191, Terre Haute
Approved for temporary kiosk at Darlage Custom Meats
Taco Mix, 205 N. O’Brien St., Seymour
Follow-up (all previous violations corrected)
The link to the Jackson County Health Department website is jacksoncountyhealth.org.