Bill's Family Foods, 315 N Highway 69, Forest City, IA 50436 - inspection findings and violations



Business Info

Name: BILL'S FAMILY FOODS
Address: 315 N Highway 69, Forest City, IA 50436
Phone: 641-585-3775
Total inspections: 4
Last inspection: 08/20/2013

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Inspection findings

Inspection date

Type

  • Date marking for ready to eat, PHF/TCS food prepared on-site or opened commercial container held for more than 24 hours
  • Clean condition-hands and arms
  • Eating, drinking, or using tobacco
  • Shellstock, maintaining identification
  • Fruits and vegetables that are cooked to hot holding are cooked to 135°F
  • Discharge from eyes, nose, and mouth
08/20/2013Routine
  • Shellstock, maintaining identification
  • Date marking for ready to eat, PHF/TCS food prepared on-site or opened commercial container held for more than 24 hours
  • Discharge from eyes, nose, and mouth
  • Clean condition-hands and arms
  • Fruits and vegetables that are cooked to hot holding are cooked to 135°F
  • Eating, drinking, or using tobacco
08/20/2013Routine
  • Food is properly labeled
    Continued inconsistency with product labeling (no ingredients listed on cupcakes, cakes, pies) - REPEAT FROM PREVIOUS INSPECTION.
  • Exterior walls and roofs provide effective protection
    There was a recent roof leak near the hood in the bakery that has not been repaired.
  • Bare hand contact with ready to eat foods
    Toast was being handled with bare hands
  • Laundry facilities
    requirement, location, and use
  • Cutting surfaces maintained
    Cutting boards in the produce area are heavily scored/discolored. Edges of spatulas are nicked and pieces are missing - all utensils should be gone through and evaluated.
  • Plumbing system repaired according to law
    Cold water to the handwashing sink in the deli kitchen area is currently being controlled by the valve below the sink.
  • Discarding or reconditioning unsafe, adulterated, or contaminated food
    Six bottles of Similac (For Spit-Up) were found with an expiration date of 1AUG2013 - voluntarily removed from the shelf.
  • Poisonous or toxic materials used and applied
    Current surface sanitizer being used calls for a water rinse of all food contact surfaces following use which is currently not being done
  • Utensils and pressure measuring devices maintained
    Cutting boards in the produce area are heavily scored/discolored. Edges of spatulas are nicked and pieces are missing - all utensils should be gone through and evaluated.
  • equipment food contact surfaces and utensils clean to sight and touch.
    Ice build-up in the walk-in freezers at the deli and the ice cream freezer (REPEAT ISSUE FROM PREVIOUS INSPECTION). Condenser fan covers in the meat department cooler have heavy dust build-up.
08/08/2013Routine
  • equipment food contact surfaces and utensils clean to sight and touch.
    Ice build-up in the walk-in freezers at the deli and the ice cream freezer (REPEAT ISSUE FROM PREVIOUS INSPECTION). Condenser fan covers in the meat department cooler have heavy dust build-up.
  • Exterior walls and roofs provide effective protection
    There was a recent roof leak near the hood in the bakery that has not been repaired.
  • Discarding or reconditioning unsafe, adulterated, or contaminated food
    Six bottles of Similac (For Spit-Up) were found with an expiration date of 1AUG2013 - voluntarily removed from the shelf.
  • Plumbing system repaired according to law
    Cold water to the handwashing sink in the deli kitchen area is currently being controlled by the valve below the sink.
  • Food is properly labeled
    Continued inconsistency with product labeling (no ingredients listed on cupcakes, cakes, pies) - REPEAT FROM PREVIOUS INSPECTION.
  • Utensils and pressure measuring devices maintained
    Cutting boards in the produce area are heavily scored/discolored. Edges of spatulas are nicked and pieces are missing - all utensils should be gone through and evaluated.
  • Poisonous or toxic materials used and applied
    Current surface sanitizer being used calls for a water rinse of all food contact surfaces following use which is currently not being done
  • Cutting surfaces maintained
    Cutting boards in the produce area are heavily scored/discolored. Edges of spatulas are nicked and pieces are missing - all utensils should be gone through and evaluated.
  • Bare hand contact with ready to eat foods
    Toast was being handled with bare hands
  • Laundry facilities
    requirement, location, and use
08/08/2013Routine

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