Kitchen inspections for October 7, 2012

These establishments were inspected by the Dougherty and Lee County Environmental Health Offices Sept. 27-28.

The department scores on a 100-point scale with a score of 80 considered to be passing.

Businesses and Agencies inspected are required to post score sheets where the public can see them. To contact the health office, call (229) 438-3943.



Pearly’s Famous Country Cooking, 814 N. Slappey Blvd.

Score: 89

Notes: Observed potentially hazardous food for cold holding above 41°F. Manager removed items and placed in ice bath. Corrected On-Site. New Violation; observed the use of cooking equipment producing grease laden vapors/smoke with no hood suppression system installed. Repeat Violation.

St. Clare’s Evangelization Community Center, 2005 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Score: 100

Westover High School, 2600 Partridge Drive

Score: 96

Notes: Observed markings representing Prep Date, Final Date for removal was not present on label or tag. ( PHF held for 24hours) New Violation.


McDonald’s, 2448 N. Slappey Blvd.

Score: 95

Notes: Observed Canadian bacon and pies stored uncovered and subject to contamination. Manager covered food items. Corrected On-Site. New Violation; observed utensils stacked wet. Manager placed wet utensils in single layer to dry. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.



Fresco Italiano, 101 N. Isabella St.

Score: 96

Notes: Observed gallon milk and whipping cream in WIC opened but not date-marked. Observed large cuts of turkey and ham in sandwich RIC cut but not date-marked. PIC dated items with correct date. Items were within 7 day discard date. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.


rightasrain 3 years, 1 month ago

There are several violations for uncovered food and food kept at substandard temperatures; why did the "inspectors" let the managers get by with just making the "correction" on site instead of discarding the food? It seems to me, that "possible contamination" could already be contaminated food! Even in the "code division" we have a bunch of slacker's looking for five o'clock and payday.


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