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Restaurant Report - Nacogdoches - 09/01/16

KJ’s Convenience Store at 4712 South Street: 12 demerits for several milks and egg cartons needed to be discarded, cold hold at wrong temperature, one canned food product needed to be discarded, ice scoop not kept in clean container, outside of the ice maker needed to be cleaned, and lids needed for dumpster.

Kim’s Grill at 4712 South Street: 12 demerits for one buttermilk product needed to be discarded, four-hour rule chart needed for warmer foods, use-by dates needed on refrigerated foods, and log book needed for vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning.

Barnhill’s at 3217 North Street: 11 demerits for one can of tomato sauce needed to be discarded, use-by dates needed on ribs, ice scoop not kept in clean container, and log book schedule not kept on vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning.

M and M No. 3 at 119 Beall: 11 demerits for employee drink improperly stored in cooler, two food products needed to be discarded, thermometer needed for freezer, and ice maker not kept wiped down.

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop at 4909 North Street, Suite 215: 9 demerits for prep cooler cold hold at wrong temperature, several food items needed to be discarded, log book schedule of vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning needed, fire exit path not kept unimpeded, and weatherproofing needed for back door.

Maklemore’s at 2304 North Street: 8 demerits for cooler wasn’t maintaining minimum temperature of 41 degrees, several dressings and mayonnaise needed to be discarded, grease bin needed to be power washed, spillage needed to be cleaned up, and dumpster lids not kept closed.

Mr. Ron’s Shaved Ice at 1513 North Street: 8 demerits for refrigerator not maintaining cold hold of 41 degrees and hand wash sink needed soap and hand towels.

Long John Silver’s at 1505 North Street: 7 demerits for box of food stored improperly, one spatula needed to be discarded because it wasn’t smooth and easily cleanable, log book schedule for vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning needed, base of walk-in cooler and other food prep areas that weren’t smooth and easily cleanable needed to be repaired, and vents not kept clean.

Dairy Queen at 311 North Street: 7 demerits for boxes of food stored improperly, thermometer not provided for cooler and log book schedule for vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning needed.

Morgan Oil Fuel Stop Deli and Grill at 4919 Northwest Stallings Drive: 7 demerits for four-hour rule chart needed, thermometer not provided for warmer, and log book schedule for vent-a-hood and other equipment needed.

Kroger Deli and Bakery Department at 1215 North Street: 7 demerits for self-serve individual loaves of bread needed proper labeling, one spatula needed to be discarded because it wasn’t smooth and easily cleanable, and log book schedule on vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning needed.

Mike’s BBQ at 1622 South Street: 7 demerits for buckets of fish stored on cooler floor, two spray bottles needed to be re-labeled, and log book schedule needed for vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning.

Church’s Fried Chicken at 3505 South Street, Suite C: 3 demerits for fly control needed and log book schedule needed for vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning.

Shipley Donuts at 2415 North Street: 3 demerits for cardboard with oil and grease substance needed to be discarded, water-damaged ceiling tiles needed to be replaced, floor areas that are not smooth and easily cleanable needed to be repaired, and log book schedule for vent-a-hood and other equipment cleaning needed.

Nick’s at 3003 Durst Road: 0 demerits.

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