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Kitchen inspections, Oct. 30-31
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The following food service establishments were inspected from Oct. 30-31 by the Hall County Environmental Health Department. Food service establishments are given a letter grade that coincides with a percentile: “A” (90-100), “B” (80-89), “C” (70-79), “U” 69 and below. Inspections (frequency of) a food service establishment are conducted based on risk categorization. The risk type is determined by the menu items served, the food preparation processed performed, and the previous food safety history in the food service establishment.

A new establishment that has never served food must score 100 (A) to receive a permit to operate. When a restaurant changes ownership, a new permit must be issued. To be issued a permit for a change of ownership, the establishment must score a 95 (A) or above with all Foodborne Illness Risk factors and Public Health Interventions in compliance. Permits must be posted in public view at all times. Food service establishments with drive-thru windows will also be required to have the top one-third of a copy of the most current inspection report visible through each window allowing customers to easily read the score, date of inspection and establishment information, in addition to the copy posted inside the establishment. Copies of the rules are available at the Hall County Environmental health Office. The rules and regulations are also available online. To register a complaint, contact the Hall County Environmental Health Department at 770-531-3973. 

Oct. 30

Johnny’s New York Style Pizza

7367 Spout Springs Road, Suite 205, Flowery Branch

Score: 92, Grade: A

Employee drink in kitchen without proper cup and employee food on prep table. Wooden bowls with cracks and chips, pizza boards with cracks and shelf over steam unit with laminate starting to peel. The inside and outside of the drawers, underneath floor mixer, outside of bulk food container, top of dish-machine with food residue; towels underneath pizza pans being used and the towels have food residue.

Inspector: Donna Black

New Holland Core Knowledge Academy

170 Barn St., Gainesville

Score: 100, Grade: A

Inspector: Black

Oct. 31

Enota Multiple Intelligence Academy

1340 Enota Ave., Gainesville

Score: 100, Grade: A

Inspector: Black

Ruckers To Go

1421 Athens St., Suite B, Gainesville

Score: 100, Grade: A

Inspector: Laurie Wentworth

Charles Phelps

 

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