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Monroe County Health Department releases July 2023 Food Inspection Report

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The Monroe County Health Department released its July 2023 food inspection report, naming 25 locations with critical violations. Critical violations are more likely to result in food contamination, environmental hazards or illness.

Critical Violations

Arby’s

2713 E. Third St.

Violations include debris buildup on soda dispensing caps, lack of chemical sanitizer, potentially hazardous food temperatures as low as 49°F and a dishwasher observed not dispensing chemical sanitizer.

Asuka  

2632 E. Third St. 

Violations include raw chicken and shrimp stored above vegetables in a walk-in freezer and prep units, beef and chicken at 44°F in prep areas, dirty soda dispenser caps and a hand sink without cleaning equipment. 

Avers Pizza North  

1837 N. Kinser Pike 

Violation was due to debris buildup in a soda dispenser. 

BB’s Market  

1915 S. Walnut St. 

Violations include a lack of chemical sanitizer available and a cold display case holding pastries above 41°F. 

Bedrak Café 

409 S. Walnut St. 

Violations include an ant frozen in an ice cube in a soda machine and ice dumped in a handwashing sink. 

Burger King 

3750 W. Third St. 

Violation was due to a chemical spray bottle stored with to-go utensils.  

Burger King 

2498 S. Walnut St. 

Violation was due to dead pests inside a light shield by storage.  

Cloverleaf South  

325 E. Winslow Road 

Violations were due to a lack of a backflow-preventing air gap, a lack of chemical sanitizer and chemical sanitizer reading at 0 ppm. 

Food Mart – Ellettsville  

7398 W. State Road 46 

Violation was due to food debris observed inside a microwave. 

Jimmy John’s 

2636 E. Third St. 

Violation was due to a sanitizer bucket not being readily available

KFC 

2901 E. Third St. 

Violation was due to food debris inside of a microwave oven. 

KFC 

3700 W. Third St. 

Violation was due to debris on soda dispenser nozzles. 

Le Petit Café Inc.  

308 W. Sixth St. 

Violation was due to mold buildup in an ice dispenser. 

Papa Johns Pizza 

5221 W. State Rd 46 

Violation was due to sponges, scrubbing pads and drain plugs blocking a hand-washing sink. 

Pinoy Garden  

Bloomington Food Truck Friday 

Violation was due to raw meat being held at 57°F. 

Qdoba 

116 S. Indiana Ave. Suite 200 

Violation was due to dead pests in light shields.  

Social Cantina & Smokeworks  

125 N. College Ave. 

Violations include two dead cockroaches observed downstairs and dented cans. 

Subway 

3480 W. Third St. 

Violation was due to no observed certified food manager being employed at the location. 

Subway 

319 W. Winslow Road 

Violation was due to an employee eating in a food-prep area. 

Subway 

1350 W. Bloomfield Road 

Violation was due to no chemical sanitizer being readily available near the food prep area. 

Subway 

907 S. College Mall Road 

Violations were due to a lack of chemical sanitizer and the main prep station reading a maximum temperature of 59°F. 

Subway 

1839 N. Kinser Pike 

Violations include a sanitizer bucket reading at 0 ppm, and no certified food managers being present. 

Video Saloon  

105 W. Seventh St. 

Violations include mold in an ice machine and gnats in the upstairs bar. 

The report also included temporary inspections for the Monroe County Fair, with two critical violations. 

Classic Cart 

Violation was due to bleach reading below 0 ppm. 

Res Concessions – Sausage Trailor 

Violation was due to a sanitizer bucket not reading.

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