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Maxwell Express, 1058 W 87th St, Chicago, IL, USA

Latest report: June 12, 2020 9:00 AM
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Maxwell Express, 1058 W 87th St, Chicago, IL, United States

1 year ago

Report date: Jun 8, 2020
5. Procedures for responding to vomiting and diarrheal events
- comments: observed no clean-up items (disposable apron,twist tie garbage bags,disposable mop,absorbent)for vomiting and diarrhea. Must provide and maintain. (priority foundation 7-38-005)

22. Proper cold holding temperatures
- comments: observed improper temperatures of... See More tcs ready to eat foods such as 5 1/2 dozen raw shelled eggs 47. 5f-52. 9f. 1lb cooked grits 80. 5f,. 5lbs cooked onions 61. 5f inside of sliding glass reach in cooler. Product was discarded by manager. Must have cold holding foods at 41. 0f or below. Appx. 5 1/2 doz. 1. 5lbs. $5. (priority 7-38-005)

25. Consumer advisory provided for raw/undercooked food
- comments: observed no consumer advisory disclosure and reminder on menu of consuming raw and under cooked foods(eggs). Must provide and maintain. (priority foundation 7-38-005)

33. Proper cooling methods used; adequate equipment for temperature control
- comments: observed glass sliding reach in cooler at 54. 3f with tcs foods stored inside for sale in front prep area. A held for inspection tag placed on unit. Once repaired fax or email letter when ready. Must have cold holding unit at 41. 0f or below. (priority 7-38-005)

36. Thermometers provided & accurate
- comments: must provide a thermometer for 1- door glass reach in cooler.

37. Food properly labeled; original container
- comments: must label food storage container when food is not in original package.

38. Insects, rodents, & animals not present
- comments: observed evidence of appx. 100 or more mice droppings on floor next to front sliding glass reach in cooler,under 2- door storage reach in cooler and 1- door prep cooler,under drainboard at 3- comp sink,behind hot water tank,under both chest freezers,in toilet room next to vanity. Inside ledges of unused 3- door reach in cooler in rear area. Must remove droppings. Clean and sanitize areas. Recommended to have a pest control operator to service premises on or after 6/8/2020. (priority foundation 7-38-020(a)

38. Insects, rodents, & animals not present
- comments: observed an appx. '1/2-3/4' gap along bottom of lobby(east) door and torn / worn screen at rear door. Must repair or replace.

47. Food & non-food contact surfaces cleanable, properly designed, constructed & used
- comments: must repair or replace worn door gaskets on both chest freezers.

49. Non-food/food contact surfaces clean
- comments: must clean grease and food debris build up from grill table,prep table,reach in cooler & prep cooler,fryer cabinets. Must defrost chest freezers.

53. Toilet facilities: properly constructed, supplied, & cleaned
- comments: must repair or replace broken self closing device on toilet room door that leads into rear prep area.

55. Physical facilities installed, maintained & clean
- comments: must clean dirt and food debris build up from walls in front prep area and toilet room.

55. Physical facilities installed, maintained & clean
- comments: must repair or replace stained ceiling tiles in lobby area,loose floor tiles near hot water tank,excessive caulk at hole in wall behind toilet & missing wall bases in toilet room.

56. Adequate ventilation & lighting; designated areas used
- comments: must repair or replace cracked light shield in front prep area,missing light shields in rear prep/dish washing area and replace burnt out lights in same areas.

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