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BISCUIT SHOP 1724 PARKHILL PL
Inspected by: Laurie Wentworth
Inspection Date: 06/04/2012
Homestyle refrigerator/freezer holding stored food items (overnight) over required 41F or below (47F - 56F). Cheese (shredded) at pre table in container at 66F. Potentially hazardous foods requiring refrigeration must be held at 41F or below.
Store shredded cheese on ice if not wanting to use Time as a Public Health Control.
Adjusted homestyle refrigerator/freezer to a colder setting to help compensate for continued opening and closing. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.
Tin can used biscuit cutter. These items are considered single-use - use products out of can and discard or recycle can (program). Tin cans cannot be cleaned and sanitized as required for food contact surfaces ans withstand repeated cleaning and sanitizing.
Will use purchased biscuit cutter. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.
Floor tiels under 3-compartment sink either missing or damaged. Floor tiles behind oven missing or damaged. Repair all damaged/missing floor tiles to keep floors smooth, durable and cleanable. Floors need good cleaning under 3-compartment sink, homestyle refrigerator/freezers - accumulation of dirt/food debris can be attraction for insects/rodents. Repeat Violation.
The effective date of the new Food Service Rules and Regulations is February 15, 2006. Establishments permitted after February 15, 2006 will have 90 days to obtain certification for a food service manager. Enforcement of all other requirements begins on November 15, 2006.
The new Rules can be found at http://health.state.ga.us/programs/envservices/index.asp
The following certifications will be approved.
- ServSafe - 1-800-765-2122 website
- National Certified Professional Food Manager website
- The National Registry of Food Safety Professionals - 1-800-446-0257 website
- Certified Food Protection Professional - 1-800-323-1908 website
The Hall County Environmental Health Department offers ServSafe classes. Please call for more information and to register at (770) 531-3973.
If you have any questions, please call the Hall County Environmental Health Department at (770) 531-3973.