*PRIORITY VIOLATION is a major violation that directly contributes to increasing the risk of foodborne illness or injury.
NA means not available. See detailed inspection reports for additional information.
This establishment is not participating in the award program at this time and had 0 Priority, 0 Priority Foundation and 0 Core Violations on this inspection.
Provided Maricopa County handouts for food borne diseases/symptoms and cleaning d/v accidents.
Reviewed with employees and variance inspector: establishment is reduced oxygen packaging bacon jam (trimmings from house smoked bacon, addition of spices, cooked down to render fat, and same process is followed as smoked bacon). Reviewed process with employees and variance inspector. Continue process as is until otherwise noted.
Person in charge consented to inspection and reviewed inspections rights with person in charge: Josh D.
Routine inspection report was emailed to person in charge at establishment. Inspection report confirmed received.
No County legal action will result from this inspection.
Priority violation is a major violation that directly contributes to increasing the risk of foodborne illness or injury.
e.g. - Food employees do not properly wash hands when required
Priority foundation violation is a minor violation that does not directly contribute to an increased risk of foodborne
illness but failure to correct this violation may lead to the occurrence of a priority violation.
e.g.- Hand washing soap and paper towels not available at hand wash sink (may lead directly to food employees not properly
washing hands when required)
Core violation is a minor violation that relates to general maintenance and sanitation.
e.g. -No sign reminding employees to wash hands
Verification Visits are inspections of establishments enrolled in the MCESD Cutting Edge Program, which requires an enhanced
food safety program and ongoing demonstration of active managerial control. Verification Visit inspections found in compliance
with Cutting Edge program requirements receive an “A” grade.
The matrix below has been used to grade food inspections under the voluntary grading system starting on October 14, 2011.