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Restaurant Inspections: October 9

Two new restaurant inspections available for viewing, both in Lawrenceville.

The following restaurant health inspection scores were reported by Gwinnett County:

American Deli, 665 Duluth Highway
Score:
95 A
Inspection Date:
Oct. 9, 2012
Previous Score:
88 B (March 12, 2012)
Type of Inspection:
Routine
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Violations:
Violation of Code: [.04(4)(i) ] Fish being stored in the walk in cooler with ice, but there was no way for the water to drain away from the fish once the ice starts to melt. Fish should be stored in either a container that has holes in it which allows the water to drain away from the fish as the ice melts or ice should be kept separted from the fish (suggest putting ice in food-grade bags). New Violation.

Violation of Code: [.06(2)(j) ] A hose was connected to a faucet below the prep sink that does not have a backflow prevention device. Suggest installing an in-line backflow prevention device (may be called a vaccuum breaker or pressure regulator at the hardware store).  New Violation.

Wing Ranch Restaurant, 1154 Lawrenceville Highway
Score:
88 B
Inspection Date:
Oct. 9, 2012
Previous Score:
93 A (April 4, 2012)
Type of Inspection:
Routine
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Violations:
Violation of Code: [.05(7)(a)1 ] Several food contact surfaces such as can opener, metal tongs, and inside of microwave all not used since the previous night were found stored ready for use with food debris present. The person in charge cleaned the microwave to sight and touch and removed the other items to be properly cleaned and sanitized to sight and touch. All food contact surfaces should be cleaned to sight and touch to help prevent possible contamination. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.

Violation of Code: [.05(7)(b) ] The ice machine was found with a large amount of mold like substance present around the ice chute of the machine. The person in charge removed the ice and cleaned the machine to sight and touch. All food contact surfaces should be cleaned on a regular basis enough to prevent the buildup of mold like substance or food debris. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.

Violation of Code: [.07(6)(g) ] The bottle of quaternary ammonia sanitizer used to clean the customer tables in lobby was found to be over 400ppm. The person in charge remade the sanitizer to the proper concentration of 200-400ppm and was advised to use quat sanitizers at this range of concentrations to properly sanitize and not be at potentially toxic levels. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.

Violation of Code: [.06(1)(j) ] Hot water not available at the men’s and women’s restrooms at the time of inspection. The person in charge was advised to have the hot water system repaired and ensure that water of at least 100 degrees is available at the hand washing sinks. New Violation.

Violation of Code: [.06(2)(j) ] Backflow prevention device needed for inside fixture where the hose is attached. The person in charge was advised of the need to obtain a back flow prevention device for this fixture when a hose is attached to help prevent backflow into the system. Repeat Violation.

Violation of Code: [.06(5)(o),(p) ] Several bags of trash found stored by the door and next to the used grease container directly behind the facility. The person in charge was advised to remove the trash and keep the area free of trash and debris to help prevent the attraction of pests. New Violation.

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