Kitchen Cops; 7 low performers - WAFF-TV: News, Weather and Sports for Huntsville, AL

Kitchen Cops; 7 low performers

Alabama Supermarket in Huntsville scored a 75 Alabama Supermarket in Huntsville scored a 75
MADISON COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

The Alabama Supermarket on Triana Boulevard in Huntsville scored a 75 with the Madison County Health Department during their most recent inspection.

The inspector reported a worker was not sanitizing, rinsing and washing equipment and utensils properly. The inspector reported finding cheese in at 51 degrees, above the required maximum temperature of 41 degrees to prevent bacteria in cold-holding foods. The inspector also reported that no one at the Alabama Supermarket had proof of passing the health department's required a food safety course.

A Morgan County health inspector reported two critical violations at the International House of Pancakes on Beltline Road in Decatur as they scored an 83. The inspector reported discovering employee drinks in a food work area. The inspector also reported IHOP had no measurable chlorine in the dish machine's final rinse.

Bonnie's Bogeys in Guntersville scored an 83. A Marshall County health Inspector cited Bonnie's for a broken ice scoop and for a dirty ice maker.

The Sandwich Host Restaurant in Albertville failed to make it off of the Marshall County Health Department's reinspection schedule during a reinspection, scoring an 84. The health inspector reported chicken held 26 degrees below the required temperature of 135F for hot-holding foods. The inspector also reported that employees need to complete a food safety course. The restaurant scored an 83 during their previous inspection.

A Colbert County health inspector handed O2 in Sheffield an 84. The inspector reported some food items had no date of preparation marks and that they found a dirty can opener.

The Patton Market in Huntsville scored an 82. The inspector reported finding toxic cleaning products stored with food and on a utensil sink drain board. The inspector also reported that no workers had documentation of passing their food sanitation training.

Supermercando la Colonial scored an 84 with the Madison County Health Department. The inspector reported an open employee drink was sitting next to food. The inspector also reported ham was being held four degrees above the required cold-holding temperature.

Granna's Goodies in Boaz made it off of the Marshall County Health Department's reinspection schedule, scoring an 88. The bakery scored an 82 during their previous inspection.

For all of the most recent health inspection scores, log on to the Alabama Department of Public Health Food Establishment Scores.

Copyright 2013 WAFF. All rights reserved.

  • NewsMore>>

  • Realtor: Local housing market hot for sellers

    Realtor: Local housing market hot for sellers

    Saturday, April 29 2017 7:21 AM EDT2017-04-29 11:21:22 GMT

    It's like the perfect storm: One North Alabama real estate broker says so many little things need to be ordered just right for a housing market to be as good as it is right now.

    More >>

    It's like the perfect storm: One North Alabama real estate broker says so many little things need to be ordered just right for a housing market to be as good as it is right now.

    More >>
  • Who takes over Huntsville government if Battle wins governor's race?

    Who takes over Huntsville government if Battle wins governor's race?

    Friday, April 28 2017 10:35 PM EDT2017-04-29 02:35:11 GMT
    Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle (Source: WAFF file)Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle (Source: WAFF file)

    Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle says he needs to correct the state of the state. He announced his candidacy for the 2018 governor's race.

    More >>

    Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle says he needs to correct the state of the state. He announced his candidacy for the 2018 governor's race.

    More >>
  • Redstone Arsenal to close down horse stables

    Redstone Arsenal to close down horse stables

    Friday, April 28 2017 10:08 PM EDT2017-04-29 02:08:46 GMT
    Source: Garrison PAO Chris ColsterSource: Garrison PAO Chris Colster

    The stables on Redstone Arsenal have been there for more than 30 years, but now, horse owners have been given just a few weeks to find a new location to board their horse.

    More >>

    The stables on Redstone Arsenal have been there for more than 30 years, but now, horse owners have been given just a few weeks to find a new location to board their horse.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly