Health Report #104522

Establishment Name: Sweetology
Report Date: 01/15/2015
Violation Type Violation Category Violation Items Violation Locations Violation Problems Violation Comments
Critical Packaged and Unpackaged Food - Raw animal food(s) prep area refrigerated unit Stored over/next to Ready-to-eat food(s) At the m3 turbo air reach in cooler observed raw shell eggs stored above ready to eat tea and milk. Raw animal products shall be stored below and away from ready to eat products to reduce the potential for cross contamination of rte foods with harmful pathogens. Pic corrected during inspection by relocating raw shell eggs to below rte foods. Item corrected
Critical Using a Handwashing Sink Handwashing sink(s) N/A Used for culinary purposes Dishwashing At the handsink by the cook line, on two separate occasions observed on a food worker using the sink for culinary purposes. Item corrected during inspection by pic educating the worker on proper use of the sink.
Normal Drying Mops Wet mop(s) storage mop closet Improperly dried N/A
Normal Light Bulbs, Protective Shield Light shielding N/A Not provided In the basement observed several fluorescent light fixtures with unprotected light bulbs. Correct by providing approved shielding for the bulbs
Normal Equipment, Utensils, Linens, a Single-service/single-use article(s) N/A Exposed to dust, splash, or other contaminates In the basement observed open boxes of single service cups and lids stored underneath unshielded sewer lines. Correct by providing approved protection for the sewer lines
Normal In-Use Utensils, Between-Use S Dispensing utensil(s) ice bin Improperly stored Observed the following improper storage of in use utensils: 1. At the main make area across from the prep area observed several service utensils stored in stagnet water. 2. At the ice machine ice bin observed two ice scoops stored in the ice. Ice scoops shall be stored on a clean surface such as the purpose built scoop holder inside the machine or another clean surface pic corrected item during inspection by relocating the ice scoop. Correct by storing the utensils as outlined above