Ten of the 12 Maricopa food facilities inspected by Pinal County Environmental Health July 17-Aug. 15 received scores of excellent. Two had minor problems that were dealt with during inspection.
Dunkin’ Donuts had issues with food temperature and hygiene. Egg flats, which should have been no warmer than 41 degrees F were measured at 51 degrees and had to be discarded. The inspector also noted staff with polished fingernails, which are not allowed in food-prep, a situation that was also corrected.
The Silver Spur at The Duke at Rancho El Dorado posted a satisfactory score after observed violations in food-holding temperatures and dated food. The inspector observed a prep table holding food at 52-56 degrees instead of the mandated 41, and a walk-in refrigerator holding food at 50 degrees. Several food items were reported to be seven days past their date marking. The inspector also noted freezer equipment with icicles on the ceiling, ice on the floor and no light.
Excellent [No violations found]
Culver’s of Maricopa
Papa John’s Pizza
Tacos ‘N’ More
Water and Ice
Satisfactory [Violations corrected during inspection]
The Duke at Rancho El Dorado
Needs Improvement [Critical items noted during inspection cannot be corrected immediately requiring follow-up inspection]
Unacceptable [Gross, unsanitary conditions necessitating the discontinuation of service]
This item appears in the September issue of InMaricopa.