Health Report #111704

Establishment Name: Joe's Java @ Sjmh Ann Arbor
Report Date: 10/12/2010
Violation Type Violation Category Violation Items Violation Locations Violation Problems Violation Comments
Critical Ready-to-Eat Food, Date Markin In house prepared ready-to-eat potentially hazardous food(s) Back kitchen area cooler Without date of consumption marking Found ready to eat (rte), time/temperature control for safety food (tcs) food, large tubs of chicken, egg, and tuna salad prepared today without 7 day datemark. Pic corrected by providing datemark indicating day item was made (pic fully understands ready to eat, tcs food is not to exceed 7 days). Found rte, tcs food, a large tub of sliced ham with date sliced in the 2 door reach in cooler , and wrapped ham sandwiches (made from large tub of ham) in the walk in cooler cooling, marked with datemark exceeding 7 days from the date sliced. Pic corrected by having employee re-mark items made from tub of ham not exceeding 7 days after slicing. Pic has been instructed to re-train staff on proper datemarking, that is items are to be marked not exceeding 7 days after opening/preparation. Found rte, tcs food, various desserts with whipped topping in the dessert display cooler in the front counter without 7 day datemark. Pic corrected by providing proper 7 day datemark for desserts with whipped topping. Management has been instructed to monitor and ensure all items are properly datemarked not to exceed 7 days after opening/preparing rte, tcs food. , found ready to eat (rte), time/temperature control for safety food (tcs) food, large tubs of chicken, egg, and tuna salad prepared today without 7 day datemark. Pic corrected by providing datemark indicating day item was made (pic fully understands ready to eat, tcs food is not to exceed 7 days). Found rte, tcs food, a large tub of sliced ham with date sliced in the 2 door reach in cooler , and wrapped ham sandwiches (made from large tub of ham) in the walk in cooler cooling, marked with datemark exceeding 7 days from the date sliced. Pic corrected by having employee re-mark items made from tub of ham not exceeding 7 days after slicing. Pic has been instructed to re-train staff on proper datemarking, that is items are to be marked not exceeding 7 days after opening/preparation. Found rte, tcs food, various desserts with whipped topping in the dessert display cooler in the front counter without 7 day datemark. Pic corrected by providing proper 7 day datemark for desserts with whipped topping. Management has been instructed to monitor and ensure all items are properly datemarked not to exceed 7 days after opening/preparing rte, tcs food. On follow up inspection found rte, tcs food large tubs of egg salad with 7 day datemark. This violation was corrected on routine inspection, and re-verified on follow up. On follow up inspection found rte, tcs food a large tub of sliced ham with 7 day discard datemark, and ham sandwiches (made from large tub of ham) with datemark exceeding 7 days from the date sliced. Pic corrected by having employee re-label ham sandwiches with datemark not exceeding 7 days after opening/slicing. This violation was corrected on routine inspection, and had to be corrected on follow up. On follow up inspection found rte, tcs food, various desserts with whipped topping with 7 day datemark. This violation was corrected on routine inspection, and re-verified on follow up. Management has been instructed to continue monitoring and re-training employees on proper datemarking that is not to exceed 7 days.
Critical Hot and cold holding Cold food item(s) front counter area cooler Stored above 41 degrees F Found time/temperature control for safety (tcs) food, a container of whipped topping 45°F in the counter top display cooler. Pic temporarily corrected by placing whipped topping in another working cooler. If whipped topping is to be stored in this cooler it must be repaired/replaced to hold tcs food at 41°F or lower. This is not a repeated cold violation as this is a different cooler and situation. , found time/temperature control for safety (tcs) food, a container of whipped topping 45°F in the counter top display cooler. Pic temporarily corrected by placing whipped topping in another working cooler. If whipped topping is to be stored in this cooler it must be repaired/replaced to hold tcs food at 41°F or lower. This is not a repeated cold violation as this is a different cooler and situation. On follow up inspection found tcs food, a container of whipped topping 41°F in the front counter, under the counter cooler. Pic states they are storing whipped topping in this cooler. Violation corrected.
Normal Clean Freq, Nonfood-Contact Su Nonfood contact surface(s) Back kitchen area storage shelves With accumulation of debris Found the storage shelf by the 3 compartment sink soiled with food debris. To correct clean shelves, and clean on a more frequent schedule.
Normal Wood N/A front counter area self service area N/A Found apples stored on wicker type baskets in the self service display area. Pic corrected by lining wicker type baskets. Pic was reminded that food contact surfaces must be smooth and easily cleanable.
Normal Food storage Food item(s) in storage Back kitchen area storage shelves Stored on floor or less than 6 inches above floor Found storage room food shelf not at least 6 inches off the ground. To correct raise shelf so food is stored at least 6 inches off the ground.
Normal Good Repair and Proper Adjustm Equipment front counter area cooler In poor repair Found the counter top cooler in the front counter not holding tcs food at 41°F. To correct repair/replace counter top cooler to hold tcs food at 41°F.
Normal Drying mops Wet mop(s) storage mop sink Improperly dried Found mop laying on the bottom of the mop sink. Pic corrected by hanging mop on hanger.
Normal Wiping Cloths, Use Limitation Wiping cloth(s) wet front counter area espresso machine Stored on Counter Found wiping cloths in the sanitizing bucket on the counter top by the handsink, not completely submerged under sanitizer. To correct store all wiping cloths completely under sanitizer.