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Safety Violation Pictures - Food

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 1. Fly on cheese. Discard contaminated product.  2. Food/beverage containers in contact with beverage ice and scoop. Ice and scoop are now contaminated.
 3. Potentially hazardous food must be held in mechanical refrigeration, not ice.  4. Temperature violation - must be 41 degrees Fahrenheit or less.
 5. Raw animal product must be stored under ready-to-eat food such as cheese and orange juice.  6. Bottle and ice scoop handle are contaminating the beverage ice.
 7. Unapproved thawing method; and possible cross contamination between meats.  8. Raw ground beef stored on a ready-to-eat food – lemons.
 9. Raw steak stored on cooked pork roast.  10. This product not processed under inspection, and is not allowed in a food service establishment.
 11. Temperature violation - must be 41 degrees Fahrenheit or less.  12. Possible temperature violation, eggs must be held at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or less. Wet wiping cloth needs to be stored in a sanitizing solution between uses.
 13. Wash melons before cutting, hold at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or less, and do not over fill container.  14. Mold growth in soup container. Discard product.
 15. Mold growth in soup container. Discard product.  16. Moisture damaged cereal box. Discard product.
 17. Raw shell eggs: Are these from an approved source? Broken eggs and feather.  18. Moldy cheese. Discard product.
 19. Food under leaking drain line in walk-in cooler.  20. Damaged food can. Inspect all deliveries for damage. Discard or return for credit.
 21. Raw animal meat stored on produce.  22. Moldy peppers. Discard product.
 23. Insects if food. Discard product.  24. Moldy bacon. Discard product.
 25. Over-crowded walk-in freezer, some food in non-food grade bags, food stored on the floor.  26. Uncovered food containers in walk-in cooler. Cover, label and date.

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Updated Tuesday, June 05, 2012 at 12:34PM