Inspectors had 14 local kitchens on the agenda this week. The report includes on school, one Top Performer and two Pow Performers. Let's get to it in this edition of Food for Thought.
We begin in the cafeteria at O.L. Slaton Junior High School at 1602 32nd Street. That's where one critical violation was found. Manual sanitizing was not found at correct levels. The report shows the violation was corrected onsite.
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Moving on to this week's restaurants--Tropical Icy at 1701 East Broadway is a Food for Thought Top Performer this time with zero critical violations.
The first of this week's Low Performers is Azteca at 2722 50th Street with four critical violations.
The Manager at Azteca did not wish to comment on the inspection. The report shows all violations were corrected on site.
Next on the list is Subway at 5816 4th Street with five critical violations.
Subway issued this statement to News Channel 11: " All violations were corrected immediately while the city inspector was in the restaurant. Subway strives to produce a quality product in a safe and sanitary manner. In our efforts to achieve these goals, we have in place self inspections completed by our general managers twice monthly and a monthly inspection completed by our office. Our company has in place policies and procedures to avoid these type of violations. Unfortunately errors were made on our part and have been corrected." The report shows all violations were corrected on site.