Chances are you have dined or stopped by for a cool treat at one of these locations. And they want to make sure you are coming back.
|Food for Thought 7.13|
Inspectors found four critical violations at Quiznos at 6804 Slide Road. Supervisor Ron Frantz says they're no stranger to Food for Thought.
"We're big fans of Food for Thought, we use to be a top performer and that's where we intend to be," Frantz said.
And that's why Frantz invited us into the kitchen. He wants to explain the violations and show their customers that safety and satisfaction is top priority.
Let's take a look at the violations:
"When they came in at the time of the inspection it was after our lunch run," Frantz said.
Ron says Quiznos only allows sliced lunch meat to keep for two days, where the city allows for a seven-day window. "We at Quiznos (keep our meat) for two days, but the health department goes by the date you put on there," Frantz said.
But Frantz says there are no excuses. "We've already reinstated new policies and retraining everybody," Frantz said.
All violations were corrected on site.
Marble Slab Creamery at 4210 82nd Street is use to being a top performer, but this time they had five critical violations. Owner, Jason Burreson invited us into their kitchen to clear-up the violations.
"My manager who was opening that day had his cup of water right here," Burreson said.
"We showed (the inspector) that you can move the trash can out of the way. We put up the sign, 'Do not put trash can in front of the sink," Burreson said.
Burreson says the manager was cleaning before the store opened and that's when the inspector stopped by. "He put down the paper towels and went to answer the door. (The inspector) came around and was going to wash her hands. (The inspector) noticed the paper towels were across and that was a critical violation," Burreson said.
"We take these things off and soak them in bleach water once a week and soak them in soda water every night," Burreson said.
Burreson wants to ensure everyone that the customer is their top priority. "We want people to realize that they can bring their families in here and have a clean environment," Burreson said.
He adds that his kitchen is always open for inspection, he says all violations were corrected on site. The reports shows that as well.
And finally inspectors cited the Olive Garden at 5702 Slide Road for four critical violations.
Management at the Olive Garden told us, "All violations were corrected on site." The report shows that as well.