Food Establishment Inspection Reports


The Andrew County Health Department conducts food service inspections under the authority of the Andrew County Food Service Ordinance. This Ordinance sets forth standards by which sources of food, food service establishments, food service personnel, and food service equipment are regulated to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public. Critical items relate directly to factors which lead to Foodborne illness, these items must receive immediate action. Non-critical items relate to the maintenance of food operations and cleanliness, these items are to be corrected by the next regular inspection.

March 2015 Food Establishment Inspection Report

Jesse’s Last Stop #3, 1073 HWY 71, Bolckow, MO 64427. Routine/ Complaint. 03/12/2015. Critical: No date-marking on ready-to-eat potentially hazardous foods, dirty silverware bin, hot holding not at or above 135degrees, no sanitizer, mouse droppings found, raw meat product stored above ready to eat food, dirty utensil used for food product. Non-Critical: no cooking thermometer, hand-sink used for purposes other than hand-washing, freezer dirty, damaged and stained ceiling tile, broken floor tiles, inside cabinets dirty, floor dirty under shelving.

Re-inspection. 3/19/2015. Non-Critical: damaged and stained ceiling tiles, broken floor tiles.

B & J Skate Center, 6421 N Belt HWY, St Joseph, MO 64506. Routine. 3/13/2015. Critical: low bleach concentration in sanitizer water, no date-marking on ready-to-eat potentially hazardous foods, inside ice machine dirty, water fountain dirty. Non-Critical: dumpster lids open, exhaust fans dirty, damaged ceiling tiles, restroom faucets not mixing faucet, metered faucet does not stay on for 15 seconds, single service items stored improperly, mini-fridge dirty, inside cabinets dirty, rags not stored in sanitizer, no cooking thermometer, floor dirty.

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