According to Pinal County Environmental Services, 10 inspections were done from Feb. 17 to March 2.
- Burger King (Inspected Feb. 28)
- The New HQ (Inspected March 1)
- Little Caesar’s Pizza (Inspected Feb. 23)
- McDonald’s, 20700 N. John Wayne Parkway (Inspected March 1)
- Our Lady of Grace Church (Inspected Feb. 24)
- Santa Rosa Elementary (Inspected March 1)
- Sunrise Preschool (Inspected Feb. 28)
- The Box Meat Shop (Inspected March 1)
Carniceria Sonora (Inspected March 1)
- Internal temperatures of cooked beef held in the walk-in freezer with a date mark of Feb. 27 was 48-49°F (<41°F required). Manager stated the meat was cooked on Feb. 28, not as labeled.
- Internal temperatures of cooked pork held in cook line prep cooler was 97-103°F. Manager was instructed to reheat pork to at least 165°F, and to maintain it at 135°.
- Operator is sealing house-made packaged salsas and pico de gallo without food labels.
Tacos N’ More (Inspected March 1)
- Internal temperatures of cooked soup held in walk-in cooler were 48-51°F (<41°F required).
- Items in the walk-in and reach-in coolers had expired dates. Pork was marked with the date Feb. 20, and the green salsa was marked Feb. 22.
Cleanliness of floors, walls and ceilings
- Walls and coving around the door leading into dry storage are damaged. Throughout the food preparation areas and floor tiles were missing and damaged.
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