Inspections

Greene County restaurant inspections for Nov. 12-17, fish not labeled properly on menu

Food establishments in Greene County are inspected one to three times per year, depending on the type of food served, the population served, the difficulty level of food preparation, and past history.

Issues found during inspections fall into two categories: priority and non-priority. Priority violations are issues that can have a direct impact on the safety of the food and can lead to a restaurant getting shut down if they persist. Non-priority violations are usually centered around things like sanitation or building maintenance.

Here is information from the Springfield-Greene County Health Department regarding restaurant inspections over the past seven days:

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Restaurant inspections: Popeyes Chicken has violations; 29 satisfactory; 4 corrected previous violations

Here are the food service inspections reported by the Onondaga County Health Department from Sept. 5 to 11:

Popeyes Chicken

3062 Erie Boulevard East, Syracuse, NY 13224

Inspection done at noon September 9, 2021

Reinspection is Required

Critical violations: Bulk flour in breading area and bulk sugar at drive thru not covered and not stored protected. Bags of flour in storage container outside stored on floor.

Violations: Cases of single service items stored on floor in outside storage container.

Interior of bulk food bins in chicken breading area dirty.

Exterior of bulk food bins in breading area dirty. Exterior of

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Common Black Ground Beetles throughout store; Chester County restaurant inspections | Restaurant Inspections

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 866-366-3723, uses a risk-based inspection reporting process for restaurants and other food handlers.

Caln Township

Wayback Burgers, 3483 East Lincoln Highway, follow-up, Aug. 24. Pass. Numerous floor tiles under the cookline are missing.

Coatesville City

Rite Aid, 128 Airport Rd., complaint, Aug. 27. Pass. Several water damaged ceiling tiles throughout the store. A few Common Black Ground Beetles throughout the store.

Rock’n J BBQ, 146 Ash Rd., Aug. 27. Pass. Handles on hand washing sink were damaged. Facility has certified food manager but they are not registered with the Chester County Health Department.

Coatesville Community

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Washington County restaurant inspections

Critical violations are those factors leading to food-borne illness and must be corrected immediately. Noncritical violations relate to maintenance of food operations and cleanliness.

WASHINGTON COUNTY

Aug. 2

C And D Concession 3

1254 Steele Road, Springdale

Critical violations: None

Noncritical violations: The facility does not have documentation of a certified food manager.

C and D Concession 4

1254 Steel Road, Springdale

Critical violations: None

Noncritical violations: The facility does not have documentation of a certified food manager.

C and D Concession 8

1254 Steele Road, Springdale

Critical violations: None

Noncritical violations: The facility does not have documentation of a

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