Foodservice March Report Released

The Department of Health divides food service code violations into two categories; Priority and essential elements.

Priority items are more likely than other infractions to contribute to food contamination, illness and/or injury.

While important to the general hygiene of the establishment, basic items do not necessarily present an immediate threat of food contamination or illness and/or injury.

A report for each establishment inspected indicates the number of priority items, along with a brief statement of the nature of the violations. The report also indicates the number of baseline items, but does not list the nature of these violations.

*Corrected on site

Four State Stockyard, Exeter, Routine, 3/1/22

Priority Violations: 2

1. The sanitizer in the three-compartment sink is too strong.*

2. Bottle of liquid (water) not labeled with its contents.*

Main Violations: 0

Prime Cut, Monett, Complaint, 3/2/22

Priority Violations: 2 1. Seven trays of cooked butterfly pork chops for sale in the display case show signs of spoilage such as bacterial growth and odor.*

2. Three claws stored as clean contain dried food.*

Main Violations: 1*

Rocco’s Pizza, Monett, Tracking, 3/2/22

Priority Violations: All priority violations fixed.

McDonald’s, Monett, Tracking, 3/3/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. Chemicals and cleaners stored above the bag in the soda can.

Mi Rancho Mexican Restaurant, Monett, Tracking, 3/3/22

Priority Violations: All priority violations fixed.

Subway, Cassville, Routine, 03/03/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. Cut lettuce held in drive-in line cooler at 57°F. Cheeses, tomato sauce and cut tomatoes kept at 47°F and above in the mini cooler under the toaster oven.*

Main Violations: 1

Cassville Middle School, Cassville, Routine, 3/3/22

Priority Violations: 0

Main Violations: 0

Cassville High School, Cassville, Routine, 3/3/22

Priority Violations: 0

Main Violations: 0

Eagles Lodge #4155, Shell button, tracking, 3/3/22

Priority Violations: All priority violations fixed.

Casa Maya, Shell Button, Tracking, 3/3/22

All priority violations fixed.

McDonald’s, Monett, Tracking, 3/7/22

All priority violations fixed.

Subway (Super Center), Cassville, Routine, 03/07/22

Priority Violations: 2

1. No one is ServSafe certified in service. (Repetition of the offence)

2. Knife sanitizer is too weak to sanitize effectively.*

Fundamental violations: 1 Cr-ose Cafe, Exeter,

Cr-ose Cafe, Exeter, Routine, 08/03/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. The ice cream scoop is not clean.*

Main Violations: 1*

Exeter School, Exeter, Routine, 3/8/22

Priority Violations: 0

Main Violations: 0

Southwest High School, Washburn, Routine, 3/8/22

Priority Violations: 0

Main Violations: 0

Southwest Primary School, Washburn, Routine, 3/8/22

Priority Violations: 0

Main Violations: 0

Subway, Monett, Routine, 3/8/22

Priority Violations: 0

Main Violations: 0

Walmart #48, Monett, Routine, 3/8/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. Cleaners and sanitizers stored above single-use food gloves in the cooking storage cupboard.

Main Violations: 1

La Jarra Loka, Monett, Routine, 08/03/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. The dairy-based drink mix is ​​not labeled with the seven-day discard date.*

Main Violations: 1*

Mexico 22, Monett, pre-opening, 09/03/22

Permit issued

Monett Elementary School, Monett, Routine, 3/9/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. No sneeze guards (or lids) protecting the salad bar.*

Main Violations: 0

Rapide Roberts #107, Monett, Routine, 03/09/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. The refrigerator at hand is soiled by the proliferation of bacteria, the tongs stored as clean are soiled by food debris from the day before, and the ice maker is soiled by the proliferation of bacteria.

Basic Violation: 1*

Dough Co. Donuts, Cassville, Routine, 3/10/22

Priority Violations: 4

1. No one is ServSafe certified in service.

2. Sauce held in the slow cooker at 125°F should be held at 140°F or higher. to keep bacteria out.*

3. Two bottles of liquid cold medicine stored above disposable gloves.*

4. The current permit is not displayed for the public to read.*

Main Violations: 1*

Monett Raceway, LLC, Monett, pre-opening, 03/10/22

Permit issued

The Office Pub & Steakhouse, Eagle Rock, Routine, 3/10/22

Priority Violations: 8

1. No one is ServSafe certified in service.

2. Sausage patties held at 84°F on a prep table with no time or temperature control.*

3. Chilli in cold room labeled 2/8/22 not discarded.*

4. CLR bottle stocked with jam and spices; pack of cigarettes, ibuprofen and hand sanitizer stored with food.*

5. Vaporizer without blue liquid label.*

6. Hood and filters have grease buildup and need to be cleaned.

7. The food handler wiped food debris off the prep table with a dirty dry cloth, instead of properly cleaning and sanitizing the surface.*

8. Steaks, chicken and many other potentially hazardous foods not labeled with a discard date.

Main violations: 10

Rapid Roberts #107, Monett, Tracking, 3/10/22

All priority violations fixed

Walmart #48, Monett, Tracking, 3/10/22

All priority violations fixed

Submarine, Shell button, pre-opening, 3/10/22

Permit issued

Central Crossing Senior Center, Button Shell, Routine, 3/15/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. Multiple cups of ranch dressing and blue cheese with a 3/13 reject date and turkey gravy with a 3/13 reject date are not discarded.*

Main Violations: 0

PQ Mart, Washburn, Routine, 3/21/22

Priority Violations: 5

1. No one is ServSafe certified in service.

2. Foods in the hot crate preserved by time as a public health control have no documented disposal times.*

3. Thawed spring rolls, burritos and pizza table toppings (eg pepperoni, ham, sausage, etc.) are not labeled with a discard date.

4. The floor and walls of the dry storage room are made of absorbent materials, and the walls are damaged.

5. The most recent inspection is not displayed for the public to read.*

Main violations: 7

Main Street Cafe, Wheaton, Routine, 3/22/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. The five gallon blue bucket is not made of food grade material and is used to store food.*

Main Violations: 1*

Taco Bell, Cassville, Routine, 3/22/22

Priority Violations: 0

Main Violations: 0

White Oak Station #18, Cassville, Routine, 3/22/22

Priority Violations: 3

1. Throw undocumented food times since 9am for some foods. (Ex. spring rolls, pizza, crispito, etc.).*

2. The tea fountain nozzle is soiled with bacteria growth.*

3. Unlabeled purple chemical spray bottle.*

Main Violations: 1

PQ Mart, Washburn, Tracking, 3/22/22

Priority Violations: 2

1. No one is ServSafe certified in service.

2. The floor and walls of the dry storage room are made of absorbent material, and the walls are swollen and damaged.

Angus Branch, Monett, Routine, 3/23/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. Employee cold medicine stored above the food prep table.*

Main violations: 3

Mocha Jo’s Coffee Cafe, Monett, Routine, 3/23/22

Priority Violations: 2

1. No one is ServSafe certified in service.

2. Store raw shell eggs on top of ready-to-eat deli meats.*

Main Violations: 2*

Tips Smokewagon, LLC., Cassville, Routine, 3/24/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. Beans, bologna and pulled pork are not stored at or above 140°F, see temperatures for details.*

Main Violations: 1

State Line BBQ, Eagle Rock, Routine, 3/24/22

Priority Violations: 3

1. Raw fish kept at 64ºF in a bowl by fryers; raw fish held at 50ºF in a cooling unit; burger held at 48ºF in a cooling unit.*

2. Raw fish stored on top of cooked potatoes.*

3. Fish and meat preserved with time under public health control do not have a documented rejection time.*

Main Violations: 1*

Emory Melton Conference Center, Cassville, Routine, 3/24/22

Priority Violations: 0

Main Violations: 0

Pizza Hut, Button Shell, Routine, 3/24/22

Priority Violations: 1

1. Toothpaste and scented spray stored above single serve lids.*

Main Violations: 1*

Country Corner, Purdy, Routine, 3/24/22

Priority Violations: 0

Main Violations: 0

Adelita Mexican Restaurant, Purdy, Routine, 3/24/22

Priority Violations: 5

1. No one is ServSafe certified in service.

2. Two uncovered employee glasses in the kitchen.*

3. The employee handled the tortillas with bare hands.*

4. Rice held at 120ºF and sour cream sauce at 115ºF on the steam table. Queso maintained at 105ºF in the oven.*

5. The most recent inspection is not displayed for the public to read.*

Main Violations: 1