The McLean County Health Department is in charge of food inspection in the county. Restaurant inspection scores provide a snapshot of how successfully a business meets food handling, storage, processing and service standards on a given day. Inspections are conducted one to four times each year.

Each routine inspection starts out with 100 points. There are 45 items or categories under which violations can be written. Each item has a weight assigned to it that contributes to the score.

Critical items are those violations that are more likely to contribute to food contamination, illness or other food safety hazards; they are worth 4 to 5 points. Critical violations include, but are not limited to: improper food temperatures, contaminated foods, cross-contamination and poor personal hygiene.

Non-critical violations are worth 1 to 2 points and are unlikely to directly contribute to food-borne illness; however, they do affect the overall sanitation level of the food service establishment. Non-critical violations include, but are not limited to unclean floors, soiled surfaces, and general maintenance and cleanliness of the facility.

If a food establishment is found to pose an imminent threat to public health, it is asked to discontinue operation until violations have been corrected.

The inspection scores and number of violations found during each inspection are posted on the McLean County website at: http://health.mcleancountyil.gov/582/Food-Establishment-Inspection-Scores.

The following are inspection scores from Oct. 9-Oct. 25:

American Legion Post #79, 100 N. Main, LeRoy; Oct. 23; score, 95; two violations reported. Comments: Rodent dropping noted in dry storage area below shelving.

Arlind’s Shake Shack, 512 W. Main St., Lexington; Oct. 12; Re-inspection; score, 95; four violations reported. Comments: Raw meats stored above ice cream in walk-in cooler.

Avanti’s Italian Restaurant, 407 S. Main St., Normal; Oct. 17; score, 84; 10 violations reported. Comments: Quat sanitizer solution out of dispenser is testing at over 400 parts per million quat. Quat sanitizer needs to be in range of 200 to 400 ppm quat solution. Chemical dispenser company is being called out to adjust quat dispenser concentration.

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Baxter’s American Grille, 3212 E. Empire St., Bloomington; Oct. 10; score, 84; nine violations reported. Comments: Cut tomatoes, shredded cheese, squeeze bottle sour cream and squeeze bottle of dill sauce in counter-top cooler temping 48 to 53F. Discarded items. Must be able to maintain TCS 41F or below at all times.

Baxter’s American Grille, 3212 E. Empire St., Bloomington; Re-inspection; Oct. 17; score, 97; two violations reported. Comments: Paper towel holder/dispenser for bar handsink on order.

Blaze Pizza, 1601 E. College Ave., Normal; Oct. 9; score, 75; 12 violations reported. Comments: Far left prep cooler is holding foods at 47 to 49F. No time/temperature control for safety (TCS). Foods were stored in this cooler at time of inspection.

Blaze Pizza, 1601 E. College Ave., Normal; Re-inspection; Oct. 16; score, 96; three violations reported. Comments: Boxes of food stored on the floor in the walk-in freezer.

Bloomington Travel Centers of America, 505 Truckers Lane, Bloomington; Oct. 23; score, 89; five violations reported. Comments: Partial bags of cheese sauce and chili sauce not labeled in dispenser — discarded in garbage and dated new bags to be placed in dispenser.

Bloomington-Normal Courtyard, 310 Greenbriar Drive, Normal; Oct. 19; score, 95; three violations reported. Comments: Door gaskets on arctic air 1 door cooler in main kitchen are torn. Replace.

Bob Evans Farms, 801 IAA Drive, Bloomington; Oct. 16; score, 81; 10 violations reported. Comments: Egg wash found temping 54F because it was left out of refrigerated well during busy time. Must be able to maintain TCS Foods at 41F.

Bona Fide Thai Cuisine, 1500 E. Empire St., Bloomington; Oct. 13; score, 92; four violations reported. Comments: In lower prep cooler, raw product in containers found stored on shelving above RTE items. Corrected by rearranging.

STEVE SMEDLEY, Pantagraph file photo

Carl’s Ice Cream Factory, 601 W. Locust St., Bloomington; Oct. 12; score, 93; five violations reported. Comments: "Maytag" cooler/freezer and "Amana" chest freezer are home-style units; equivalency to National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) standards ensures cleanability and durability of commercial food equipment.

Carl’s Ice Cream II, 1700 W. College Ave., Normal; Oct. 23; score, 87; six violations reported. Comments: Yogurt in machine is reading 45 to 46 F. Unit taken out of service and mix was discarded in sink.

Chenoa Family Restaurant, 508 W. Cemetary; Chenoa; Oct. 23; score, 97; two violations reported. Comments: Single service item used to scoop food product (nuts) on cook line. Replace with a scoop with a handle. Some gaskets are torn at the corners.

Chick-Fil-A, 101 S. Veterans Parkway, Normal; Oct. 10; score, 88; six violations reported. Comments: Temperature control for safety (TCS) foods in the prep holding cooler measured 50F. Air temperature in this unit measured 52F. TCS foods had been made within two hours and were moved to walk-in cooler.

Chick-Fil-A, 101 S. Veterans Parkway, Normal; Re-inspection; Oct. 19; score, 100.

Chings, 1101 N. Main St., Normal; Oct. 25; score, 86; 10 violations reported. Comments: Sauces in bottom of prep cooler not labeled with name of sauce;  food stored out of its original container must be labeled by its common name to prevent being mistaken for other food items or chemicals.

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Chipotle Mexican Grill, 1601 E. College Ave., Normal; Oct. 9; score, 99; one violation reported. Comments: Some wiping cloths in sanitizer buckets are soiled.

Cracker Barrel, 502 Brock Drive, Bloomington; Oct. 19; score, 90; seven violations reported. Comments: Chlorine sanitizer bucket tested at 10 ppm. Chlorine sanitizer needs to be used in range of 50 to 100 ppm. Sanitizer buckets were remade to 100 ppm. Corrected.

Denny’s Doughnuts & Bakery, 1107 S. Main St., Bloomington; Re-inspection; Oct. 11; score, 90; seven violations reported. Comments: Household Kitchen Aid mixer present in decorating room. Unit shall be NSF approved or equivalent. Bottom shelf of prep table (where mixer sits) is in poor condition.

Destihl Restaurant & Brew Works, 318 S. Towanda Ave., Normal; Oct. 25; score, 78; 10 violations reported. Comments: Small container of shaved parmesan on ice bath temping 50F (ice not surrounding container). Squeeze bottle of chipotle mayo and honey mustard (made onsite, mayo-based) found sitting on counter at room temp.

DQ Grill & Chill, 1528 E. College, Normal; Oct. 16; score, 94; five violations reported. Comments: Ice block build-up over half of air-in-take to evaporator unit in walk-in freezer. Remove ice build-up over air-in-take to evaporator unit in walk-in freezer. Rust build up on metal wire shelving above three-compartment sink used to air-dry clean dishes and utensils.

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Dunkin Donuts/Baskin Robbins, 2206 E. Oakland Ave., Bloomington; Oct. 6; score, 73; 12 violations reported. Comments: Cream, skim milk and whole milk from Sureshot refrigerated dispenser #7 are temping 47 to 49F instead of less than 41F. Discarded product. Use other Sureshot dispenser until repaired to hold 41F or below.

Dunkin Donuts/Baskin Robbins, 2206 E. Oakland Ave., Bloomington; Re-inspection; Oct. 18; score, 95; four violations reported. Comments: Some corrosion inside shelving of walk-in cooler (one set — one has been replaced).

Edible Arrangements, 1505 N. Veterans Parkway, Bloomington; Oct. 12; score, 89; three violations reported. Comments: Melon in prep table in service area is being held at 47F. Product discarded. Prep table was filled with empty containers so that cold air does not escape between food containers. Do not use this prep cooler to store potentially hazardous foods (melon, watermelon, pineapple) until cooler can maintain a temperature of 41F and below.

Edible Arrangements, 1505 N. Veterans Parkway, Bloomington; Re-inspection; Oct. 23; score, 100.

El Toro Margarita Island, 3805 Ballybunion Road, Bloomington; Oct. 25; score, 92; five violations reported. Comments: Chlorine sanitizer in thee-compartment sink tested at 10 ppm. Chlorine sanitizing solution needs to be in range of 50 to 100 ppm chlorine; chlorine solution remade to 50 ppm.

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Elroy’s, 102 W. Washington, Bloomington; Oct. 18; score, 80; 12 violations reported. Comments: Shell eggs are stored above lettuce in two-door True cooler. Shell eggs were moved to shelf below lettuce. Shell eggs are not above any ready-to-eat foods. Corrected.

Eurest Dining Services & Country Financial Café, 1711 General Electric Road, Bloomington; Oct. 13; score, 97; two violations reported. Comments: Food boxes stored on floor in walk-in freezer unit. Food product boxes must be stored off floor on commercial NSF approved shelving or dunnage racks. (Upside down milk crates are not approved shelving.)

Fiesta Ranchera, 2103 N. Veterans Parkway, Bloomington; Oct. 9; score, 80; 11 violations reported. Comments: Six tubes of chorizo stored above fill line in top of prep cooler next to grills. Discarded in garbage. Opened can of whipped cream and two opened bottles of "daily" cocktail mix (1 pina colada and 1 strawberry) stored in keg cooler reading 65 F; discarded in garbage.

Fiesta Ranchera, 2103 N. Veterans Parkway, Bloomington; Re-inspection; Oct. 16; score, 90; seven violations reported. Comments: White plates are chipped on edges, replace as needed. Shelving is peeling/rusty in two-door prep cooler and interior bottom of Arctic Air cooler is rusty and interior back of Arctic Air cooler has frost buildup.

Garlic Press, 106 W. North St., Normal; Oct. 19; score, 98; one violation reported. Comments: Build up on drip shield on inside of ice maker.

Giordano’s, 1505 N. Veterans Parkway, Bloomington; Oct. 19; score, 80; eight violations reported. Comments: Shredded pizza cheese is being shredded and put into tubs and then put directly into lower prep pizza cooler. Cool down to 41F or less in walk-in cooler prior to putting into holding unit(s).

Harvest Table Diner, 120 S. Center St., Saybrook; Oct. 24; score, 89; eight violations reported. Comments: GE upright freezer, Bosch mixer, electric griddle are home-style units; equivalency to National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) standards ensures cleanability and durability of commercial food equipment, which results in reducing a potential food-borne illness and contamination of food.

Hawthorne Suites, 1 Lyon Court, Bloomington; Oct. 19; score, 85; eight violations reported. Comments: Hand sink in bar was blocked with old cardboard boxes and had a five-gallon plastic bucket stored on top of it making it un-usable. This was corrected at time of inspection.

Hot Wok Express, 401 N. Veterans Parkway, Bloomington; Oct. 9; score, 85; 10 violations reported. Comments: Chlorine sanitizer measures 0 PPM chlorine. Bleach was added and measures 100 PPM upon re-test. Corrected.

Imperial Buffet, 1950 E. College Ave., Normal; Oct. 24; score, 72; 12 violations reported. Comments: sushi refrigerator unit is holding TCS food items at 44 to 46 degree F. Sushi station refrigerator must be able to maintain TCS food items at 41 degrees and below. Unit was called in for service and will not be used until it can maintain TCS food items at 41 degrees and below.

IWU Cafeteria, 104 E. University, Bloomington; Re-inspection; Oct. 17; score, 98; two violations reported. Comments: Main kitchen areas of facility are older so floor is showing signs of wear including some areas worn to aggregate, cracks, concrete patches. Cookline equipment under hood is not mobile so it is difficult to clean under it.

DAVID PROEBER, Pantagraph file photo

Jason’s Deli, 321 S. Veterans Parkway, Normal; Oct. 17; score, 93; four violations reported. Comments: Several seasonings in shaker containers along main line are not labeled. Items have since been labeled. Corrected. Several potentially hazardous food items such as pot roast, roast beef and pastrami were not date labeled. Products were sliced today per person-in-charge.

Jason’s Deli, 321 S. Veterans Parkway, Normal; Re-inspection; Oct. 25; score, 98; two violations reported. Comments: Clean the lowest shelf below cooler drawers at "French" station. Food debris present. Ice was dumped in hand sink (near convection ovens). Dispose of ice in dump sink and not in hand sinks.

Jimmy John’s Sandwich Shop, 207 W. North St., Normal; Oct. 18; score, 95; two violations reported. Comments: Quat sanitizer bottles measuring less than 150 ppm. Corrected by making new bottles and measuring 200 ppm at 70 F.

Jimmy John’s Sandwich Shop, 305 S. Main St., Normal; Oct. 17; score, 95; four violations reported. Comments: Ice scoop laying in ice bin for pop dispenser in drive-thru area.

Kemp’s Upper Tap, 305 W. Main St., Lexington; Oct. 13; score, 95; four violations reported. Comments: Main prep cooler behind bar does not have a thermometer.

Knights of Columbus, 1706 RT Dunn Drive, Bloomington; Oct. 19; score, 87; nine violations reported. Comments: Microwaves are homestyle units. Roasters in kitchen are not approved equivalency to National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) standards ensuring cleanability and durability of commercial food equipment, which results in reducing a potential food borne illness and contamination of food.

Lions Den, 110 N. Latcha, Bellflower; Oct. 17; score, 95; four violations reported. Comments: Roaster and hand mixer are home style. Equivalency to National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) standards ensures cleanability and durability of commercial food equipment, which results in reducing a potential food-borne illness and contamination of food.

Love’s Travel Stop/Arby’s, 505 S. Persimmon Drive, LeRoy; Oct. 23; score, 83; seven violations reported. Comments: Temperature Control for Safety foods (TCS) (ham, corn beef, turkey) measured 44F to 52F in top of prep cooler. Employees placed pre-portioned out meats in cardboard to decrease amount of time it takes to make sandwich. Top three to four portions of meats were above 41F and discarded. PIC states they will no longer pre-portion and place in top of prep cooler.

Lucky Garden, 706 S. Eldorado Road, Bloomington; Oct. 24; score, 89; eight violations reported. Comments: Items along the cook line are not covered (soup, breading).

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Maguire’s, 218 N. Center St., Bloomington; Oct. 25; score, 80; 13 violations reported. Comments: Cheese sauce in Gehl’s dispenser was not maintaining the cheese product at above 140F. The product was destroyed and the unit taken out of service until repaired.

Mandarin Garden House, 106 S. Mall Drive, Normal; Oct. 18; score, 88; six violations reported. Comments: In walk-in cooler, please arrange raw food items below ready-to-eat items to prevent possible cross contamination. Rearrange.

McDonald’s, 1744 P.J. Keller Highway, Lexington; Oct. 17; score, 88; seven violations reported. Comments: Box of chemical degreaser stored on top of a box of single service items. Degreaser was moved immediately. Corrected.

McDonald’s, 1607 N. Main St., Normal; Oct. 18; score, 85; seven violations reported. Comments: Reach-in cooler below prep line has food product measuring 51F to 54F. Exceeds cold holding maximum temperature of 41F. Discarded and corrected. Creamer in cream dispenser is measuring 44 to 45F. Must be maintained at 41F and below. Cream discarded and dispenser taken out of operation until unit is repaired.

McDonald’s, 3102 E. Empire St., Bloomington; Oct. 13; score, 90; six violations reported. Comments: Frozen raw chicken stored intermingled with ready-to-eat items such as biscuits and cookies. Stored above raw fish and bacon. Poultry requires the highest cooking temperature of 165F for 15 seconds to kill pathogens present.

McDonald’s, 1535 E. College Ave., Normal; Oct. 11; score, 83; nine violations reported. Comments: Chlorine sanitizer bucket measures 10 PPM. Chlorine shall be no less than 50 PPM and no more than 200 PPM. Corrected by making a new bucket.

McDonald’s, 504 Hoselton, Chenoa; Oct. 24; score, 97; three violations reported. Comments: Ice buildup present on shelving, ceiling and walls of walk-in freezer.

CARLOS T. MIRANDA, Pantagraph file photo

Michael’s Restaurant, 110 W. Washington St., Bloomington; Oct. 12; score, 77; 15 violations reported. Comments: Gyro sauce made onsite in lower prep cooler not dated. Discarded.

Olive Bin, 1520 E. College Ave., Normal; Oct. 11; score, 100.

Panda Express, 312 S. Veterans Parkway, Normal; Oct. 9; score, 93; five violations reported. Comments: Tongs, knife and cutting board on steam table have food debris buildup.

Papa John’s Pizza, 1407 N. Veterans Parkway, Bloomington; Oct. 16; score, 89; eight violations reported. Comments: Product labeled in walk-in cooler has expiration date past 7-day hold time - product is still within 7-day hold time. Label should be date of opening plus 6 days = 7 days.

Pizza Ranch, 1211 Holiday Drive, Bloomington; Oct. 24; score, 92; seven violations reported. Comments: Lower table shelf of prep station next to pizza cooler is damaged. Shelf is bent.

Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen, 1803 W. Market St., Bloomington; Oct. 10; score, 98; two violations reported. Comments: Ice cream scoop with chicken residue stored in container at chicken batter station.

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Red Robin, 107 S. Veterans Parkway, Normal; Oct. 9; score, 91; four violations reported. Comments: Top of prep cooler had thick ice build-up in top rail when workers came in to work for the day. Top rail part of unit was shut down to defrost. When defrosting was done the top rail refrigeration was never turned back on and was stocked up with TCS food items. TCS food items were temping from 48 to 55 degrees F. TCS food items in top rail of cookline prep cooler were discarded. TCS food items must be held at 41 degrees and below. Corrected.

Rock Restaurant, 203 W. North, Normal; Oct. 10; score, 95; four violations reported. Comments: Cutting boards have deep groves present making them not easily cleanable. Flip cutting board over and get use out of the other side. Sand or replace cutting boards as needed. Shelving in two door display cooler in dish room has food build-up present.

Smoothie King, 2109 N. Veterans Parkway, Bloomington; Oct. 20; score, 100.

Spotted Dog, 104 Morrissey Drive, Bloomington; Oct. 12; score, 91; six violations reported. Comments: Bag of frozen chicken stored on door of upright freezer above bags of ready-to-eat frozen food. Box of raw frozen chicken stored next to bags of ready-to-eat food in glass top chest freezer.

STEVE SMEDLEY, Pantagraph file photo

State Farm – Blimpie, #1 State Farm Plaza, Bloomington; Oct. 24; score, 98; two violations reported. Comments: No thermometer in arctic air cooler. One has been provided upon request. Corrected.

State Farm – Salsarita’s, #1 State Farm Plaza, Bloomington; Oct. 24; score, 94; two violations reported. Comments: Ground beef is temping 127 to 130F in hot box. Ground beef was brought up to 150F to 160F in steamer. Hot holding shall be at 140F or above. Corrected.

State Farm Beach House, 202 E. Hamilton Road, Bloomington; Oct. 11; score, 91; five violations reported. Comments: Rice in hot box is temping 120 F. Product is catered over by State Farm Corporate South. Rice was re-heated in conventional oven to 170F. Corrected.

State Farm Beach House, 202 E. Hamilton Road, Bloomington; Re-inspection; Oct. 20; score, 99; two violations reported. Comments: Provide an accurate dial or metal stem thermometer for food checks. Multiple thermometers that are onsite are not able to turn on/battery is dead.

State Farm Corporate – Caribou Coffee, 1 State Farm Plaza, Bloomington; Oct. 24; score, 100.

State Farm K Building – Outtakes, 3 State Farm Plaza, Bloomington; Oct. 10, score, 98; one violation reported. Comments: Handle to soup lid missing. Replacement lid switched out with handle present. Corrected.

State Farm L Building – Outtakes, 3 State Farm Plaza, Bloomington; Oct. 10; score, 100.

State Farm Corporate – Outtakes, 1 State Farm Plaza, Bloomington; Oct. 24; score, 95; two violations reported. Comments: quat at 50 PPM at three basin sink. Adjusted to 150 PPM, ok per manufacturer. Corrected.

State Farm P Building – Blimpie, 3 State Farm Plaza, Bloomington; Re-inspection; Oct. 24; score, 100.

State Farm P Building – Outtakes, 3 State Farm Plaza, Bloomington; Oct. 10; score, 98; one violation reported. Comments: Coffee stain buildup present in wash basin of three-compartment sink. Clean after dumping to avoid staining.

State Farm Oakland Avenue Building, 2209 E. Oakland Ave., Bloomington; Oct. 19; score, 91; four violations reported. Comments: Hot dogs on counter top hot roller are temping 125F. Product was re-heated up to 142F for hot holding. Corrected.

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Steak ‘N Shake, 325 S. Veterans Parkway, Normal; Oct. 11; score, 84; eight violations reported. Comments: Grilled onions, cooked mushrooms, salsa in drawer cooler of prep cooler are reading 48F to 50F. Discarded. Tub of whipped butter sitting out at room temperature and reading 58F. Discarded.

Steak ‘N Shake, 325 S. Veterans Parkway, Normal; Re-inspection; Oct. 18; score, 84; eight violations reported. Comments: Potentially hazardous foods in salad prep cooler are reading 39 to 41F, 43F in top and 46F in drawers. Food in drawers was moved to walk-in cooler and top was put on ice.

Steak ‘N Shake, 325 S. Veterans Parkway, Normal; Re-inspection; Oct. 23; score, 89; seven violations reported. Comments: Boxes of food stored below condensation line in walk-in freezer.

Subway, 200 E. Cedar St., LeRoy; Oct. 16; score, 90; seven violations reported. Comments: Ice buidup present on packaged bags of food and product boxes. Ice eminating from cooling unit above. Eliminate drip.

Subway, 1602 Glasson St., Bloomington; Oct. 16; score, 94; four violations reported. Comments: Provide thermometer for two- door front line cooler; Shelving in two-door cooler on front service line is rusty. Resurface or replace.

Subway, 1730 P.J. Keller Highway, Lexington; Oct. 12; score, 96; four violations reported. Comments: Debris present on floor in walk-in cooler and under shelving in dry storage area. Drain cover displaced under three compartment sink. Corrected.

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Swingers Grille, 1304 Cross Creek Drive, Normal; Oct. 24; score, 79; 10 violations reported. Comments: Temperature Control for Safety (TCS) ready-to-eat food (cooked chicken) is present in bottom of prep cooler without a prep date. All TCS foods shall be labeled with prep date if ready-to-eat to track adherence to 7-day rule. Discarded and corrected. TCS foods, cavatappi noodles, stored in walk-in cooler, bear a prep date of 10/17. Exceeds seven-day rule. Discarded and corrected.

Taco Bell, 1527 E. College Ave., Normal; Oct. 12; score, 92; six violations reported. Comments: Ice block over evaporator unit on inside bottom of prep cooler unit. Unit needs to be defrosted more frequently to remove ice build-up over evaporator in bottom of prep cooler unit.

Taco John’s, 1525 S. Main St., Bloomington; Oct. 10; score, 89; seven violations reported. Comments: Pico de gallo, peppers and onions and cheese crumbles in prep line cooler are reading 46 to 47F. Discarded in garbage.

Taco John’s, 1525 S. Main St., Bloomington; Re-inspection; Oct. 10; score, 98; two violations reported. Comments: Floor under equipment has debris buildup and painted floor in basement is peeling.

TGI Fridays, 9 Brickyard Dive, Bloomington; Re-inspection; Oct. 16; score, 98; two violations reported. Comments: Quarry tile floor in kitchen has areas of low grout throughout, collecting moisture/water and debris. Some damaged floor tiles by back exit door off of kitchen. A few areas of damaged base covering tile.

Twin City Lanes, 1006 E. Lincoln St., Bloomington; Oct. 10; score, 92; six violations reported. Comments: Thermometer was not present at time of inspection. Provide a thermometer to check cheese sauce.

Uptown Pizza, 122 E. Beaufort St., Normal; Oct. 10; score, 90; five violations reported. Comments: Two-door reach in cooler is holding potentially hazardous foods (cooked pasta, alfredo sauce, meat sauce, chicken wings at 49 to 53F. Product discarded. Do not use this cooler to store potentially hazardous foods until it can maintain a temperature of 41F and below.

Uptown Pizza, 122 E. Beaufort St., Normal; Re-inspection; Oct. 23; score, 100.

Vault, 101 W. Exchange St., Danvers; Oct. 18; score, 93; six violations reported. Comments: Budweiser display ref has open TCS food and drink products. Unit is designed to hold prepackaged TCS food and drink items only. Icemaker was recently moved from upstairs to downstairs in unfinished side of basement. Ice is considered food so ice maker unit needs to be moved into the finished room in basement.

Windy City Wieners, 116 W. Washington St., Bloomington; Oct. 18; score, 94; five violations reported. Comments: Label cooked onions with date and time they are placed in cooler. Label roast beef container with time it was prepared and placed in cooler, seven days to use from date of portioning. Food stored out of its original container must be labeled by its common name to prevent being mistaken for other food items or chemicals.

Yumz! Asian Cuisine, 120 Krispy Kreme Drive, Bloomington; Oct. 24; score, 97; two violations reported. Comments: Oster small toaster is not NSF approved.

Zoup!, 115 Krispy Kreme Drive, Bloomington; Re-inspection; Oct. 16; score, 84; five violations reported. Comments: Quat sanitizer dispenser at dishwashing sink is still reading 0 ppm. Must be 200 ppm. Sanitarian will come back to re-inspect. Can use bleach water or mix quat by hand until repaired.

Zoup! Kiosk, 115 Krispy Kreme Drive, Bloomington; Oct. 17; score, 94; two violations reported. Comments: Bleach water sanitizer spray bottle measuring >200ppm. Corrected by diluting to 100 ppm.

 

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